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Research (Published online: 28-03-2017)
Association of claw disorders with subclinical intramammary infections in Egyptian dairy cows
Walid Refaai, Medhat Gad and Yasser Mahmmod
Veterinary World, 10(3): 358-362

Research (Published online: 27-03-2017)
Mycotoxin binders potential on histological of ovary mice exposed by zearalenone
Abdul Samik and Erma Safitri
Veterinary World, 10(3): 353-357

Research (Published online: 23-03-2017)
Genetic characterization of the non-structural protein-3 gene of bluetongue virus serotype-2 isolate from India
Raghavendra Sumanth Pudupakam, Shobana Raghunath, Meghanath Pudupakam and Sreenivasulu Daggupati
Veterinary World, 10(3): 348-352

Research (Published online: 22-03-2017)
Association between udder morphology and in vitro activity of milk leukocytes in high yielding crossbred cows
Tripti Sharma (Buragohain), Pradip Kumar Das, Prabal Ranjan Ghosh, Dipak Banerjee and Joydip Mukherjee
Veterinary World, 10(3): 342-347

Research (Published online: 21-03-2017)
Development of nested polymerase chain reaction-based diagnosis of duck enteritis virus and detection of DNA polymerase gene from non-descriptive duck breeds of West Bengal, India
Partha Sarathi Mandal, Sunit Kumar Mukhopadhayay, Saktipada Pradhan, Samiran Mondal, Chandrakanta Jana, Nimai Chandra Patra and Rabindra Nath Hansda
Veterinary World, 10(3): 336-341

Research (Published online: 19-03-2017)
Hemato-biochemical alterations and urinalysis in dogs suffering from benign prostatic hyperplasia
M. R. Das, R. C. Patra, R. K. Das, P. K. Rath and B. P. Mishra
Veterinary World, 10(3): 331-335

Research (Published online: 18-03-2017)
Intestinal microbial ecology and hematological parameters of broiler fed cassava waste pulp fermented with Acremonium charticola
Sugiharto Sugiharto, Turrini Yudiarti, Isroli Isroli, Endang Widiastuti and Fatan Dwi Putra
Veterinary World, 10(3): 324-330

Research (Published online: 17-03-2017)
Molecular characterization of velogenic viscerotropic Ranikhet (Newcastle) disease virus from different outbreaks in desi chickens
V. S. Dhaygude, G. K. Sawale, M. M. Chawak, N. R. Bulbule, S. D. Moregaonkar and D. S. Gavhane
Veterinary World, 10(3): 319-323

Review (Published online: 13-03-2017)
Can methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus prevalence from dairy cows in India act as potential risk for community-associated infections?: A review
Sathish Gopal and Kurunchi C. Divya
Veterinary World, 10(3): 311-318
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