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CABI Animal Welfare Symposium - 'The Human Animal Bond' 21 June 2017, Royal Veterinary College, London, UK

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Understanding mutations that can confer human-type receptor binding will benefit risk assessment in worldwide surveillance of H7N9 in poultry and humans.

Date
22 June 2017
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Breeding for paedomorphic features results in puppy-like gait in addition to inadvertent alterations of behaviour, skull and brain morphology, research suggests.

Date
20 June 2017
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Vaccine will be tested in Guangdong province and the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, two major centres of poultry trade

Date
20 June 2017
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Standardised energy requirements for puppies may require revision for small breeds, according to a new study.

Date
20 June 2017
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A questionnaire-style assessment of juvenile dogs has shown value for predicting the training outcome of individual working dogs.

Date
15 June 2017
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Researchers have characterized chicken interferon kappa and demonstrated that it has antiviral activities.

Date
15 June 2017
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The biogeography of bats has shaped the diversity of coronaviruses globally, the results of a 20-country study suggest.

Date
14 June 2017
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A prospective clinical pilot study quantified changes in lateral surgical margin length at specific processing steps, from intraoperatively to final histopathological evaluation.

Date
14 June 2017
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Detailed mapping of the engagement between FMDV and host cells could lead to the development of anti-virals capable of blocking the virus from entering cells and preventing infection.

Date
14 June 2017
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A newly developed antibody drug reactivates suppressed immune cells, decreasing the Bovine leukemia virus counts in an infected cow.

Date
13 June 2017