Rajesh G. Jani

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AIM This study was planned to reveal the clinical signs and biochemical alterations in pregnancy toxemic goats. MATERIALS AND METHODS Blood samples were collected from 20 healthy pregnant and 45 pregnancy toxemic goats and analyzed biochemically. RESULTS The most significant clinical findings were observed in naturally affected goats with pregnancy(More)
Introduction occupational health threat to exposed humans from Non Human Primates (NHPs). Wild Non Human Primate population, an unexplored In an effort to evaluate the occurrence of selected source of information regarding emerging infectious bacterial organisms with zoonotic and biohazard diseases, may hold valuable clues to the origin and potential the(More)
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