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Research (Published online: 19-04-2019)
Molecular detection of extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates of chicken origin from East Java, Indonesia
Meutia Hayati, Agustin Indrawati, Ni Luh Putu Ika Mayasari, Istiyaningsih Istiyaningsih and Neneng Atikah
Veterinary World, 12(4): 578-583

Research (Published online: 19-04-2019)
Effect of mastitis on some hematological and biochemical parameters of Red Sokoto goats
Bashiru Garba, S. A. Habibullah, Bashir Saidu and Nasiru Suleiman
Veterinary World, 12(4): 572-577

Research (Published online: 18-04-2019)
Evaluation of ventilator on lung profile of piglets (Sus scrofa) in hypovolemic shock treated with hypervolemic crystalloid resuscitation
Gunanti Soedjono, Eva Harlina, Antonius H. Pudjiadi, Melpa Susanti Purba and Setyo Jatimahardhiko Widodo
Veterinary World, 12(4): 565-571

Research (Published online: 18-04-2019)
Prevalence of Caprine brucellosis in Anhui province, China
Sajid Ur Rahman, Lei Zhu, Li Cao, Yafei Zhang, Xiaoyan Chu, Shibin Feng, Yu Li, Jinjie Wu and Xichun Wang
Veterinary World, 12(4): 558-564

Research (Published online: 17-04-2019)
Characteristics of the bitter and sweet honey from Algeria Mediterranean coast
Ines Otmani, Cherif Abdennour, Amina Dridi, Labiba Kahalerras and Abdelaziz Halima-Salem
Veterinary World, 12(4): 551-557

Research (Published online: 17-04-2019)
Effect of exogenous progesterone treatment on ovarian steroid hormones and oxidant and antioxidant biomarkers during peak and low breeding seasons in dromedary she-camel
Amal M. Abo El-Maaty, Ragab H. Mohamed, Heba F. Hozyen, Adel M. El-Kattan, Mona A. Mahmoud and Amal H. Ali
Veterinary World, 12(4): 542-550

Research (Published online: 14-04-2019)
Molecular identification of Mycoplasma synoviae from breeder chicken flock showing arthritis in Egypt
Mohamed M. Amer, Hoda M. Mekky and Hanaa S. Fedawy
Veterinary World, 12(4): 535-541

Research (Published online: 14-04-2019)
Identification and dietary exposure assessment of tetracycline and penicillin residues in fluid milk, yogurt, and labneh: A cross-sectional study in Lebanon
Suzanne Kabrite, Christelle Bou-Mitri, Jessy El Hayek Fares, Hussein F. Hassan and Jocelyne Matar Boumosleh
Veterinary World, 12(4): 527-534

Research (Published online: 14-04-2019)
Oestrus ovis in Ecuador: Importance in the Andean sheep farming
Gabriela Ortega-Munoz, Nivia Luzuriaga-Neira, Richard Salazar-Silva and Richar Rodriguez-Hidalgo
Veterinary World, 12(4): 522-526
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