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Oxidative Stress, Prooxidants, and Antioxidants: The Interplay
Oxidative stress is a normal phenomenon in the body. Under normal conditions, the physiologically important intracellular levels of reactive oxygen species (ROS) are maintained at low levels byExpand
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Clinical, laboratory and imaging features of COVID-19: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Abstract Introduction An epidemic of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) began in December 2019 in China leading to a Public HealthExpand
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Rotavirus diarrhea in bovines and other domestic animals
Rotavirus diarrhea is the major cause of death of millions of children in developing countries besides causing economically significant malady in neonates of many domestic animals. In neonates, theExpand
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COVID-19, an emerging coronavirus infection: advances and prospects in designing and developing vaccines, immunotherapeutics, and therapeutics
ABSTRACT The novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19 or Coronavirus disease 2019) that emerged from Wuhan, Hubei province of China has spread to many countries worldwide. Efforts have been made toExpand
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Tuberculosis in Birds: Insights into the Mycobacterium avium Infections
Tuberculosis, a List B disease of World Organization for Animal Health, caused by M. avium or M. genavense predominantly affects poultry and pet or captive birds. Clinical manifestations in birdsExpand
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Beneficial impacts of thymol essential oil on health and production of animals, fish and poultry: a review
Abstract The thymol is an herbal food additive used to improve performance indices, feed utilization, immune system, and preventing from infectious diseases. Feeding animal, fish and poultry withExpand
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Prevalence of Arcobacter spp. in humans, animals and foods of animal origin including sea food from India.
The present study reports the prevalence of Arcobacter, an emerging pathogen in human, animals and foods of animal origin in India. A total of 600 samples from various sources, viz. diarrhoeal stoolsExpand
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DNA vaccines and their applications in veterinary practice: current perspectives
Inoculation of plasmid DNA, encoding an immunogenic protein gene of an infectious agent, stands out as a novel approach for developing new generation vaccines for prevention of infectious diseases ofExpand
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