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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Diana Žele, Jana Avberšek, Igor Gruntar, Matjaž Ocepek, and Gorazd Vengušt

Ebani, V., Cerri, D., Fratini, F., Ampola, M. and Andreani, E. (2008): Seroprevalence of Anaplasma phagocytophilum in domestic and wild animals from central Italy. New Microbiol. 31 , 371–375. Andreani E

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: E. Lukács, B. Magyari, L. Tóth, Zs. Petrási, I. Repa, A. Koller, and Iván Horváth

Gross DR (1994): Cardiovascular effects of inhalant anaesthetic agents. In: Gross DR. Animal Models in Cardiovascular Research, Second revised ed., Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine, Vol. 153, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 235

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Sockalingam, S., Li, M., Krishnadev, U., et al.: Use of animal-assisted therapy in the rehabilitation of an assault victim with a concurrent mood disorder. Issues Ment. Health Nurs., 2008, 29 (1), 73

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veterinärmedizinischen Doktorwürde der Tieräztlichen Fakultät der Ludwig-Maximilians-Uniwersität. München 1967. Bartosiewicz 1996 = L. Bartosiewicz : Animal exploitation at the Sarmatian site of Gyoma 133. In: Cultural and

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– 7 ]. Since 2005, a group of MRSA associated with farm animals, termed as livestock-associated MRSA (LA-MRSA), started to emerge in the human population [ 8 , 9 ]. The most common LA-MRSA group is ST398 with a large number of different spa types

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veterinärmedizinischen Doktorwürde der Tieräztlichen Fakultät der Ludwig-Maximilians-Uniwersität. München 1967. Bartosiewicz 1995 = L. Bartosiewicz : Animals in the Urban Landscape in the Wake of the Middle Ages. Oxford 1995

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Analysis of the Association of Analytical Chemists 1990 Church, D. C., Pond, W. G. (1988): Basic Animal Nutrition and

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accessibility regarding the microbiology laboratories, once its content is available for free [ 3 , 4 ]. At present, there are no reference standards for AST interpretation concerning microorganisms of animal origin in EUCAST. CLSI produces annually the

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. Mizutani , M. ( 1990 ): Experimental Animals for Toxicity Tests . In: Fujiwara , K. and Horiuchi , S. (eds) Chijin Syokan Press , Tokyo . pp. 101 – 110 . SAS Institute ( 1994 ): SAS ® User

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small animal clinics is a pivotal step in managing veterinary HAIs ( Mount et al., 2016 ). Numerous international studies have investigated the prevalence of bacteria and their antibiotic susceptibility in veterinary clinics. During a five-year survey

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