• Presentations Repository of the International Centre for Numerical Methods in Engineering (CIMNE) (2016).

    Abstract
    A Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel (WAM-V®) is a new class of ship that uses inflatable flexible hulls to conform to the surface of the water. It is similar in design to a [...]

  • H. Oré
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 17

    Abstract
    One of the key aspects of the teaching task is to keep up with the advances that continually come up in the areas in which they are experts; Aspect that at times for multiple [...]

  • F. Prado, S. Malcovati, C. Rapp, H. Apelt
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 17

    Abstract
    The street is the outside space that shapes our daily life. Its study means to understand the most important public space of the city. The research project described herein [...]

  • J. Rincón, M. Pérez, G. Delfín, C. Freitez, F. Martínez
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 17

    Abstract
    This work aims to perform a comparative analysis between the Hec-RAS and IBER models, in the hydraulic evaluation of rivers with structures such as bridges. The case of application [...]

  • P. Saavedra, P. Reyes
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 17

    Abstract
    Editorial: Safety versus economy in design and construction of engineering works: Should you choose?

  • M. Olavarrieta, F. Chong, K. Ramones, S. Garagozzo, J. Sánchez, E. Álvarez, A. Acero, L. Reinoza
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 17

    Abstract
    The present investigation focused on establishing a characterization of public used reinforced concrete constructions such as school units in the coastal zone of Chichiriviche [...]

  • R. Durán, I. Romero, J. Suarez
    Gaceta Técnica (2017). Vol. 17

    Abstract
    Local roads in Lara state, Venezuela, have been deteriorating progressively due to the lack of a scheduled maintenance plan by the authorities. Particularly, it is believed [...]

  • A. LIU, Y. Liu
    Traditional Chinese Medicine and Molecular Signaling (2017).

  • Presentations to the XIV International Conference on Computational Plasticity (COMPLAS 2017).

  • A. LIU, Y. Liu
    Traditional Chinese Medicine and Molecular Signaling (2017).

  • A. LIU, Y. Liu
    Traditional Chinese Medicine and Molecular Signaling (2017).

    Abstract
    Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) continues to provide pharmacotherapy for millions of people worldwide, but one of the challenges before accepted by the “Western” [...]

  • F. Santiago-Collazo, W. Silva Araya, J. González-López, J. Maldonado-Maldonado
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2017). Vol. 17, (2), 2

    Abstract
    Puerto Rico (PR) is located in a hurricane prone zone. The purpose of this study was to determine the flooding effects caused by the combination of the storm surge and surface [...]

  • Collection of Articles on Social Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    Some of the most relevant facts that are affecting the scientific publication and its impact are the transformations that have begun to happen in relation to what has been [...]

  • A. Tena Colunga, A. Liga-Paredes
    International Journal of Natural Disasters, Accidents and Civil Infrastructure (2017). Vol. 17, (1), 1

    Abstract
    Approximations obtained with the equivalent frame method and Beck-Coull method to assess elastic lateral displacement profiles of walls with openings are compared to results [...]

  • . Marcos Vizcaíno-González, . Juan Pineiro-Chousa, M. López-Cabarcos
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Using data about votes emitted by funds in meetings held by United States banks from 2003 to 2013, we apply a genetic algorithm to a set of financial variables in order to [...]

  • G. Vázquez, C. Casal, D. Pérez
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    This study analyzes relationships between core self-evaluations (CSE), task significance and affective commitment (AC). The model was tested on a sample of employees from [...]

  • . Teresa Vallet-Bellmunt, . Pilar Rivera-Torres, . Ilu Vallet-Bellmunt, . Antonio Vallet-Bellmunt
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    The importance of teamwork as a core capacity in the new university curricula is beyond all doubt. It is therefore crucial to know what cooperative learning is and how efficient [...]

  • . Naama Trad, M. Trabelsi, J. Goux
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to examine whether Islamic finance could be an alternative to the traditional financial system and could guarantee stability in times of crisis. To [...]

  • F. Romero
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Intangible assets have become the main sustainable value creation of companies. Specifically, those assets which remain hidden in the accounting statement due to the difficulties [...]

  • Y. Silveira-Pérez, . Dainelis Cabeza-Pullés, V. Fernández-Pérez
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    This work is to study how the Cuban entrepreneurship in the non-state sector service tourist accommodation and their effects on the valuations of international clients who [...]

  • . Valle Santos-Álvarez, . Teresa García-Merino
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    This study focuses on an analysis of motivation by entrepreneurs as regards international expansion, and how their motivation impacts their informational preference. Entrepreneurs [...]

  • R. Sánchez, C. Fuente-Cabrero, P. Sánchez
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Financing is key to entrepreneurship, especially in crisis period, when financial markets restriction hinders access to funding to small and medium enterprises. The Mutual [...]

  • J. L. Roldán, M. Sánchez-Franco, J. C. Real
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    This study examines post-adoption behaviors (i.e., frequency of use, routinization and infusion) and their effects on the sense of community in the domain of social network [...]

  • M. Revilla-Camacho, F. Cossío-Silva, B. Palacios-Florencio
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    This article deals with the study of Corporate Responsibility (CR) under the European Customer Satisfaction Index (ECSI). The methodology of this empirical study, conducted [...]

  • C. García
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    This paper examines the relationship between the representation of women on top management teams and the success of high-technology firms going public. Also, it analyzes how [...]

  • M. Á. Peña-Cerezo, A. Rodríguez-Castellanos, F. Ibáñez-Hernández
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016).

    Abstract
    The reasons for the strong rise in the securitization phenomenon up until the start of the “subprime crisis” need to be analysed. According to many authors, they mainly [...]

  • E. M. Mitchell, J. V. Kovach
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Accurate and reliable information is needed to support decision-making processes. Due to the large number of participants typically involved in supply chain operations, organizations [...]

  • J. Alcántara-Pilar, S. Barrio-García
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    The actual markets globalization as a result of information and communication technologies development in general and the Internet in particular, have increased the importance [...]

  • . Nadia Jiménez, . Sonia San-Martín
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    One of the business models that attracts scholars and professionals’ interest is mobile commerce. This paper applies the theory of shopping preference to this field. It [...]

  • H. Jiménez-Naranjo, J. Luis Coca-Pérez, M. Gutiérrez-Fernández, M. Sánchez-Escobedo
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Nowadays tourism is one of the most important sectors of our country, and no one has any doubt about importance of sport for the economy. Both concepts create “sports tourism”, [...]

  • J. Río, F. Agüera, S. Cuadra, P. Morales
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    Border tourism is the temporary displacement of people to the dividing line between two countries contiguous areas. This activity promotes the economic development of these [...]

  • F. Miranda, . Antonio Chamorro-Mera, . Sergio Rubio
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    Academic entrepreneurship is the process by which an individual or group of individuals linked through their work to a university or research centre use knowledge created [...]

  • A. Hernández-Trasobares, . Carmen Galve-Górriz
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    The study analyses the individual and joint impact of family control and diversification on the performance of major Spanish corporations, considering the nature of the ultimate [...]

  • C. García, M. Marcos
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    A scale has been developed to measure consumer loyalty to stores. Its content validity was analysed by two samples of expert judges and consumers. The refined scale was applied [...]

  • . Nuno Fortes, . Paulo Rita
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    This study aims to analyze how privacy concerns about the Internet have an impact on the consumers intention to make online purchases. A research model was developed establishing [...]

  • V. Ferrón Vílchez
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    Some of the academic research on ISO 14001 has focused on analyzing the benefits of its adoption. However, this international standard has also received some criticism, particularly [...]

  • A. Sánchez, M. Rama, J. García
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    The aim of this study was to show the current state of scientific research regarding wine tourism, by comparing the platforms of scientific information WoS and Scopus and [...]

  • O. la Torre, . Evaristo Galeana, . Dora Aguilasocho
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    The present paper studies the mean–variance efficiency of the sustainable investment (SI) practice in Mexico by proving the existence of a statistical equality in the performance [...]

  • S. Climent-Serrano
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    The process of sale of Banco de Valencia managed by the FROB lasted 10 days. The sale was awarded to CaixaBank for one euro after receiving 5, 500 million euros of public [...]

  • . Ignacio Cepeda-Carrion, S. Martelo-Landroguez, A. Leal-Rodríguez, . Antonio Leal-Millán
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    The aim of this article is to contribute to the literature by identifying and analyzing possible combinations between critical knowledge management processes (absorptive capacity, [...]

  • F. Canto-Cuevas, M. Palacín-Sánchez, F. di Pietro
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    The objective of this work is to study the effects of the economic situation on trade credit received and granted, in small and medium-sized enterprises. To this end, using [...]

  • . Carmen Barroso-Castro, M. Mar Villegas-Periñan, . Marta Dominguez
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    This study aims to explore what directors do on the board, to what extent the processes occurring in the board allow the sharing and integrating of the existing knowledge, [...]

  • . Jesus Barrena-Martínez, M. López-Fernández, P. Romero-Fernández
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    This article addresses the measurement and validation of socially responsible human resource policies from academic and professional points of view. Corporate Social Responsibility [...]

  • . Angel Barajas, . Dennis Coates, P. Sanchez-Fernandez
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Sport event promoters aim to organize them to get the best return on their investment. The purpose of this study is to learn better how to manage the event to maximize the [...]

  • M. Farooq, . Henriqueta Nóvoa, . António Araújo, S. M.O. Tavares
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    This paper addresses the study of the pre-experimental planning phase of the Design of Experiments (DoE) in order to improve the final product quality. The pre-experimental [...]

  • . Pedro Araújo-Pinzón, . Concha Álvarez-Dardet, J. Ramón-Jerónimo, . Raquel Flórez-López
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    This study analyses the presence of gender segregation in Spanish exporting firms. Both womens access to managerial positions (vertical segregation) and womens achievement [...]

  • . Raquel Antolín-López, . Javier Martínez-del-Río, . José Céspedes-Lorente
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Despite the recognition of innovation and entrepreneurship as key factors to promote the socio-economic development of countries, little is known regarding the effectiveness [...]

  • M. Carmona-Calvo, E. María Suárez, . Arturo Calvo-Mora, R. Periáñez-Cristóbal
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    This paper analyze the levels of quality management systems (QMS) implementation in companies from southern Spain and northern Morocco, as well as motivations, benefits or [...]

  • M. Ruíz, J. Gutiérrez, . Eva Martínez-Caro, J. Cegarra-Navarro
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

    Abstract
    The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship among organisational unlearning, human capital and firm performance. In doing so, this paper comprehensively reviewed [...]

  • . Onur Akkaya
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    In this paper, our research question that could analyze how efficiency in Swedish financial enterprises has changed since the banking crisis in 1993. We estimate the time-invariant [...]

  • V. Aguilar-Escobar, . Pedro Garrido-Vega, M. González-Zamora
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

    Abstract
    Management of patient records in a hospital is of major importance, for its impact both on the quality of care and on the associated costs. Since this process is circular, [...]

  • G. Rubio, C. Manuel, F. Pérez-Hernández
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to introduce a statistical procedure to value a brand by means of which firms may be able to determine the level of implicit royalty that they would [...]

  • P. Quesado, B. Aibar-Guzmán, L. Rodrigues
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    In this article we aim to analyze the relationship between a set of organizational extrinsic and intrinsic factors and the adoption of the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) by privately-owned [...]

  • C. Nicolás, A. Rubio
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    Companies created by women represent a substantial part of entrepreneurship. While men outnumber women in entrepreneurship rates, the gender gap decreases in the case of social [...]

  • S. Suárez-Ortega, A. García-Cabrera, G. Knight
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    As developing economies have weak institutional environments, and these are highly distant from SMEs’ home conditions in developed economies, those firms entering into developing [...]

  • I. Küster, N. Vila, P. Canales
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    The present paper tries to study the impact of online services level in contexts where transactions have not been done yet, through the adoption of a formative approach. In [...]

  • H. Jiménez-Naranjo, J. Coca-Pérez, M. Gutiérrez-Fernández, A. Fernández-Portillo
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    The influx of people attending sport events involves creating wealth in the environment where they are held. To understand the impacts of these events on the host community, [...]

  • R. Huertas-García, A. Nuñez-Carballosa, P. Miravitlles
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    Conjoint analysis has become the most used technique for measuring preferences for new products to be launched in the market. Experimental design models are key elements for [...]

  • D. Barbosa, A. Ayala, A. Sandoval
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    In recent years, companies in the pharmaceutical industry have been confronted with a turbulent environment characterized by dynamism, complexity and uncertainty. To cope [...]

  • C. Caro, E. Cebada
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to study the possible change in the individual behaviour of the Spanish taxpayers about the willingness to declare capital gains, Lock-in effect, [...]

  • M. Sánchez-Escobedo, A. Fernández-Portillo, J. Díaz-Casero, R. Hernández-Mogollón
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes the situation and development of research in “entrepreneurship” from a gender perspective that has used data from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor [...]

  • G. Briano-Turrent, L. Rodríguez-Ariza
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    The aim of this paper is to analyse whether institutional factors determine the level of corporate governance compliance among major listed companies in emerging markets of [...]

  • C. Camisón, B. Forés, A. Puig-Denia
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    The analysis of the keys to competitiveness in the tourism sector has an unquestionable justification for its importance in the Spanish economy and its global growth prospects. [...]

  • J. Bernal-Conesa, A. Briones-Peñalver, C. Nieves-Nieto
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    This paper proposes a model in order to analyze whether standardized management systems facilitate the implementation and integration of CSR within the technology company, [...]

  • S. Álvarez-Díez, E. Alfaro-Cid, M. Fernández-Blanco
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    This article proposes a multi-currency cross-hedging strategy that minimizes the exchange risk. The use of derivatives in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is not [...]

  • C. Abril, B. Rodriguez-Cánovas
    European Journal of Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 25

    Abstract
    The present study explores some marketing mix effects on private labels brand equity creation. The research aims to study the effect of some elements under retailers direct [...]

  • G. Gavidia, M. Cerrolaza, E. Oñate, E. Soudah, J. Pérez
    (2009). Technical Report, IT595

    Abstract
    El rápido avance de las tecnologías de adquisición de imágenes médicas ha hecho necesario el desarrollo de diversas aplicaciones en el área [...]

  • R. Méndez, R. Isanta, R. Otín, O. Fruitos
    (2009). Technical Report, IT594

    Abstract
    En aquest informe tècnic es presenta un programa que genera automàticament geometries trenades per a l’apantallament (shielding) de cables coaxials i que [...]

  • S. Tirosh-Levy, B. Gelman, D. Zivotofsky, L. Quraan, E. Khinich, A. Nasereddin, Z. Abdeen, A. Steinman
    Vet Med Sci (2017). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Equine encephalosis virus (EEV) is an orbivirus transmitted by Culicoides species. Most infected horses show mild clinical signs and mortality is usually very low. EEV is [...]

  • K. Smith, C. Machalaba, H. Jones, P. Cáceres, M. Popovic, K. Olival, K. Jebara, W. Karesh
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    The expanding international wildlife trade, combined with a lack of surveillance for key animal diseases in most countries, represents a potential pathway for transboundary [...]

  • R. Sartor, T. Müller, M. Mamprim, C. Teixeira, L. Souza, R. Lehmkuhl, M. Luciani
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    Abdominal ultrasonography was performed in six healthy adult brown howler monkeys Alouatta fusca and the normal ultrasonographic anatomy of the liver, gallbladder, stomach [...]

  • C. Sailleau, C. Viarouge, E. Breard, D. Vitour, S. Zientara
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    Since the unexpected emergence of BTV-8 in Northern Europe and the incursion of BTV-8 and 1 in France in 2006–2007, molecular diagnosis has considerably evolved. Several [...]

  • M. Rouatbi, Y. Amdouni, S. Amairia, M. Rjeibi, S. Sammoudi, M. Rekik, M. Gharbi
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    Toxoplasmosis is a worldwide zoonosis caused by the parasitic protozoan Toxoplasma gondii. It can infect all warm-blooded vertebrate species and causes abortions and birth [...]

  • A. Ortega-Pacheco, E. Guzmán-Marín, K. Acosta-Viana, I. Vado-Solís, B. Jiménez-Delgadillo, M. Cárdenas-Marrufo, C. Pérez-Osorio, M. Puerto-Solís, M. Jiménez-Coello
    Vet Med Sci (2017). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    To evaluate the serological status for Trypanosoma cruzi, Toxoplasma gondii and Leptospira interrogans antibodies in free roaming dogs and cats from a marginated rural community [...]

  • L. Murphy, N. Russell, D. Bianco, R. Nakamura
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is the persistent abnormal increase in pulmonary artery (PA) pressure and in dogs is usually secondary to congenital disease causing pulmonary [...]

  • N. Minka, J. Ayo
    Vet Med Sci (2017). Vol. 3

    Abstract
    Sixty pullets, aged 17 weeks, were presented when presumed to be ‘dead’ after being exposed to wet-cold weather transportation. The birds appeared unconscious and their [...]

  • V. Payne, F. Mbafor, J. Pone, J. Tchoumboué
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    To evaluate the prevalence of infestation of ectoparasites of horses, a total of 894 horses (367 males and 527 females), aged 1–7 years old were examined. Horses were groomed [...]

  • M. Khbou, K. Haouala, M. Benzarti
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    The authors report a survey carried out in a cattle farm between January and April 2009 in Mateur region (Northern Tunisia). Seroprevalence by Microscopic Agglutination Test [...]

  • K. Goebel, N. Merner
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    Canines are excellent models for cancer studies due to their similar physiology and genomic sequence to humans, companion status and limited intra-breed heterogeneity. Due [...]

  • P. Gerber, L. Dawson, B. Strugnell, R. Burgess, H. Brown, T. Opriessnig
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    Influenza A virus (IAV) is economically important in pig production and has broad public health implications. In Europe, active IAV surveillance includes demonstration of [...]

  • N. Eisawi, D. Hassan, M. Hussien, A. Musa, A. Hussein
    Vet Med Sci (2017).

    Abstract
    Spotted fever group (SFG) rickettsiosis is caused by obligatory intracellular Gram-negative bacteria that belong to the genus Rickettsia. Ticks belonging to the family Ixodidae [...]

  • A. Woolcock, A. Wang, A. Haley, M. Kent, K. Creevy, S. Platt
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    The use of mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) for a variety of immune-mediated diseases in veterinary medicine has been described. However, there is only a small number of cases [...]

  • P. Wightman, K. Hill, E. Cohen, J. Bridges, C. Bolwell, J. French, B. Adler, R. Green
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    The submission rates of feline uroliths to laboratories and the composition of uroliths have been reported in studies. The prevalence of uroliths reported on imaging findings [...]

  • H. Titmarsh, S. Lalor, S. Tasker, E. Barker, J. Berry, D. Gunn-Moore, R. Mellanby
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

  • R. Timmons, C. Webb
    Vet Med Sci (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    This study was designed to test the hypothesis that supplementation with vitamin E, an antioxidant, in cats with chronic kidney disease (CKD), would reduce oxidative stress [...]

  • C. Baldwin, C. Zwahlen, S. Kirschner, R. Nakamura
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    The objective of the study was to assess the carboplatin sustained-release (CSR) as an injectable, biodegradable polymer system designed to uniformly release carboplatin over [...]

  • K. Stipetic, Y. Chang, K. Peters, A. Salem, S. Doiphode, P. McDonough, Y. Chang, A. Sultan, H. Mohammed
    Vet Med Sci (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Salmonella spp. and Listeria monocytogenes are foodborne pathogens of global importance. We assessed their risks and associated factors in a highly dynamic population of animals. [...]

  • M. Smith, R. Greer
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    Subcutaneous fluid administration is a commonly used therapy in veterinary practice. Its safety and efficacy have been demonstrated in human clinical studies, but have only [...]

  • K. Shaffer, J. Bach, R. Chun
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    The purpose of this prospective study was to determine the incidence and character of bacteraemia and bacteruria in afebrile and febrile neutropaenic dogs undergoing cytotoxic [...]

  • J. Varela, E. Pecceu, I. Handel, J. Lawrence
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    Optimal chemotherapy protocols for high-risk mast cell tumours (MCTs) are unknown. The purpose of this study was to determine the tolerability and toxicity profile of a rapidly [...]

  • M. Seneviratne, D. Subasinghe, P. Watson
    Vet Med Sci (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    In Sri Lanka, home-cooked diets are often fed due to the cost and poor availability of commercial diets. Milk has traditionally been a popular food to give to dogs in this [...]

  • S. Schmitz, J. Suchodolski
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    Interest in the composition of the intestinal microbiota and possibilities of its therapeutic modifications has soared over the last decade and more detailed knowledge specific [...]

  • A. Sala, S. Taddei, D. Santospirito, C. Sandri, W. Magnone, C. Cabassi
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in a wide range of infectious agents is a growing public health threat. Birds of prey are considered indicators of the presence of AMR bacteria [...]

  • F. Oladunni, M. Oyekunle, A. Talabi, O. Ojo, M. Takeet, M. Adam, I. Raufu
    Vet Med Sci (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Dermatophilus congolensis, the aetiological agent of dermatophilosis, is a pleomorphic, Gram-positive actinomycete, which infects animals and humans. Often, there is a wrong [...]

  • S. Marché, T. Berg, B. Lambrecht
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    Serological monitoring is a feature of surveillance programmes for the detection of the circulation of notifiable low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) viruses in commercial [...]

  • M. Cruz, A. Pérez, M. Domínguez, I. Moreno, N. García, I. Martínez, A. Navarro, L. Domínguez, J. Álvarez
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    Leishmaniasis, caused by Leishmania infantum, is a vector-borne zoonotic disease that is endemic to the Mediterranean basin. The potential of rabbits and hares to serve as [...]

  • B. Lascelles, K. Shaw
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    One of the most effective means of preventing the transduction and transmission of acute and perioperative pain is through the use of local anaesthetics. However, local anaesthetics [...]

  • S. Muliya, A. Shanmugam, P. Kalaignan, L. Antony, H. Chandranpillai, N. Jaisingh
    Vet Med Sci (2016). Vol. 2

    Abstract
    Maintaining wild animals in captivity often requires chemical immobilisation to achieve various diagnostic, surgical and management interventions. Four dholes, two Indian [...]

  • P. Turkson, I. Okike
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    The animal health services-seeking behaviour of animal owners related to prevention and control of animal diseases may influence their decisions as to whether or not to use [...]

  • K. Shaw, L. Rausch-Derra, L. Rhodes
    Vet Med Sci (2016).

    Abstract
    There are five active prostanoid metabolites of arachidonic acid (AA) that have widespread and varied physiologic functions throughout the body, including regulation of gastrointestinal [...]