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Exercise training increases oxidative capacity and attenuates exercise-induced ultrastructural damage in skeletal muscle of aged horses.
Exercise training improves functional capacity in aged individuals. Whether such training reduces the severity of exercise-induced muscle damage is unknown. The purpose of the present study was toExpand
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Age-related changes in metabolic properties of equine skeletal muscle associated with muscle plasticity.
The purpose of the present study was to determine the age-related changes in myosin heavy chain (MHC) composition and muscle oxidative and glycolytic capacity in 18 horses ranging in age from two toExpand
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New Parvovirus Associated with Serum Hepatitis in Horses after Inoculation of Common Biological Product
Equine serum hepatitis (i.e., Theiler’s disease) is a serious and often life-threatening disease of unknown etiology that affects horses. A horse in Nebraska, USA, with serum hepatitis died 65 daysExpand
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Single-dose oral pharmacokinetics of pergolide mesylate in healthy adult mares.
Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID) is probably the most common disease of geriatric horses. Affected horses show a variety of clinical signs, including hirsutism, polyuria/polydipsia,Expand
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Bayesian Geostatistical Analysis and Ecoclimatic Determinants of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis Infection among Horses
Kansas witnessed an unprecedented outbreak in Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis infection among horses, a disease commonly referred to as pigeon fever during fall 2012. Bayesian geostatisticalExpand
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Viral testing of 18 consecutive cases of equine serum hepatitis: A prospective study (2014‐2018)
Background Three flaviviruses (equine pegivirus [EPgV]; Theiler's disease–associated virus [TDAV]; non‐primate hepacivirus [NPHV]) and equine parvovirus (EqPV‐H) are present in equine blood products;Expand
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Dysautonomia in a six-year-old mule in the United States.
Equine dysautonomia, also known as equine grass sickness (EGS), is a well documented disease in several countries. To the authors' knowledge, EGS has not been reported previously in North America.Expand
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Equine Multinodular Pulmonary Fibrosis and Lymphoma in a Horse Associated with Equine Herpesvirus-5
Abstract A 9-year-old mare presented with a 2-week history of partial anorexia, multiple swellings in the area of the throatlatch, and purulent nasal discharge. On initial presentation, the horse hadExpand
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Urinothorax in a Quarter Horse filly
Summary An 18 h old Quarter Horse filly, while being treated for diarrhoea, was evaluated for a distended abdomen and electrolyte abnormalities. Peritoneal and pleural fluid was detected byExpand
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Seroprevalence, frequency of leptospiuria, and associated risk factors in horses in Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska from 2016-2017
Leptospirosis is a worldwide veterinary and public health concern, and well recognized infectious disease of horses. Seroprevalence rates vary with geography, but many studies have confirmed a highExpand
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