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Emerging coronavirus can infect human cells in the laboratory

Date
17 May 2018
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Study provides important insights into the potential extent of un-sampled FMDV genetic diversity which might exist within African wildlife parks

Date
17 May 2018
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Study finds breed differences in mortality rate and individual risk.

Date
15 May 2018
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Dogs with epilepsy find it harder to obey commands, are slower to learn new tricks, have spatial memory deficits and are easily distracted, research suggests.

Date
8 May 2018
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An equine influenza virus live-attenuated vaccine has been generated using a reverse genetics approach

Date
2 May 2018
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Secretome produced by these cells can help heal damaged mammary gland tissue

Date
30 April 2018
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Surveillance system served as excellent early warning system for detecting disease in animals before spillover to humans

Date
30 April 2018
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Livestock scientists from Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) have organised a course on genomics to give veterinarians the knowledge that farmers need to optimise their breeding decisions.

Date
30 April 2018
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Study finds shorter casts create about twice the level of average pressure when compared to taller casts.

Date
26 April 2018
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Study suggests that even racehorses without respiratory signs could have inflammatory airway disease

Date
25 April 2018