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in plants and animals conserved? Nature Immunol. 6, 973–979. Ausubel F. M. Are immune signaling pathways in plants and animals conserved? Nature

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blend Fd Res. Int. 2012 48 187 195 ISO (1990a): Animal and

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Tulay Elal Mus, Figen Cetinkaya, Recep Cibik, Gul Ece Soyutemiz, Husniye Simsek, and Nilay Coplu

. , Soyutemiz , G. E. and Cibik , R. ( 2013 ): Prevalence and antibiotic resistance of vancomycin-resistant enterococci in animal originated foods . Turk. J. Vet. Anim. Sci. 37 , 588 – 593

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corticosterone and models of human depression? Neurotox. Res . 13 , 85 – 96 ( 2008 ) 31. Oláh A , Betlehem J , Müller A , Józsa R : Possible application of animal models for the long-term investigation of shift work of healthcare

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: M. Seifert, W. Dorn, R. Müller, S. Holzinger, and M. Anke

Anke, M. (2004a): Essential and toxic effects of macro, trace and ultratrace elements in the nutrition of animals. —in: Merian, E., Anke, M., Ihnat, M. & Stoeppler, M. (Eds) Elements and

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Š. Vilček, Jana Mojžišová, Viera Bajová, Š. Paulík, L. Strojný, B. Ďurkovič, and Vlasta Hipíková

Haas, L. 1997: Molecular epidemiology of animal virus diseases. J. Vet. Med. B 44 , 257-272. Molecular epidemiology of animal virus diseases. J. Vet. Med. B

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INTRODUCTION A knowledge of biodiversity — the plants, animals, and fungi living in the wild — has always been indispensable for the efficient use of resources in farming communities and for sustainable lifestyles throughout generations (Berkes 2012

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Abraham Ajayi, Stella Ifeanyi Smith, Julien Coulibaly Kalpy, Ibidunni Oreoluwa Bode-Sojobi, Yao Kouamé René, and Adeyemi Isaac Adeleye

mainly of animal origin that are contaminated with Salmonella ; thus, most Salmonella infections could be considered as zoonotic. However, host-specific serovars like S . Typhi transmission is often through the fecal–oral route and not considered to

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species worldwide, and causes the majority of rabies cases reported in animals and humans. Although other lyssavirus species isolated from bats have a restricted host range and geographical distribution, they cause a clinical disease indistinguishable from

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Intangible Cultural Heritage Museum International 2004 56 140 Aikawa N. 1962: Animal Protection Act, 71. Pretoria: Government Printers. Aikawa N. Animal

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