Mick van Dommelen

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Hirschsprung's disease is characterized by the absence of enteric neurons in the myenteric and submucosal plexus and the presence of many unmyelinated axons, visible in ganglion like structures, in the aganglionic part of the bowel. In previous studies we showed that the immunoreactivity of a monoclonal antibody (2F11) specific for neurofilament proteins is(More)
This paper reports further results of a two year livestock mortality survey in Afghanistan, where a war of more than a decade had completely disrupted the veterinary field services. A questionnaire-based survey to measure the impact of a veterinary field programme indicated that average annual mortality in cattle, sheep, and goats was substantially lower in(More)
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