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Pathology of wooden breast myopathy in broiler chickens

@inproceedings{Sihvo2019PathologyOW,
  title={Pathology of wooden breast myopathy in broiler chickens},
  author={H.-K. Sihvo},
  year={2019}
}
...................................................................................................... 6 List of original publications ....................................................................... 7 Abbreviations .............................................................................................8 
Prediction and Evaluation of Breast Myopathy
TLDR
Differences on the thickness and other part of the measurements on the fillets were found between WB categories (normal to severe) and it was determined that these features were good predictors for the differentiation on the severe WB and normal categories. Expand
The Potential of Guanidino Acetic Acid to Reduce the Occurrence and Severity of Broiler Muscle Myopathies
TLDR
The evidence indicates that GAA could potentially minimize the incidence of WB, and more data are warranted to understand the factors affecting the potential efficacy of GAA to reduce the occurrence and severity of myopathies. Expand

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