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Author:Neely L. Walker , Anne R. Patout , Melissa Cater
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.88
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Hereditary equine regional derma asthenia (HERDA), an autosomal-recessive trait, found in Quarter Horses, causes abnormal collagen structure. Owing to current breeding practices, 3.5% of registered quarter horses and 28.3% of the cow horse population are heteroz...
Author:Juliette Auclair-Ronzaud , Stéphanie Benoist , Cédric Dubois ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.86
Abstract:Abstract(#br)In clinics, temperature is used as an indicator of health. Mostly rectal temperature is recorded, requiring handling and time. Temperature-sensitive identification microchips could be an alternative. Foals (26 males and 17 females), 4–12 months old, were housed ...
Author:Jay A. Daniel , Rosemary Groux , Judy A. Wilson ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.88
Abstract:Abstract(#br)To examine the impact of trimming and re-shoeing on behavior, light horse geldings (3–21 year-old Quarter Horse, Dutch Warmblood, or Thoroughbred) were fitted with three-axis accelerometers (IceTag, Ice Robotics, Edinburgh, Scotland) on the left rear limb. Boots...
Author:Pietro Medica , Renato Paolo Giunta , Giuseppe Bruschetta ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.84
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Exercise represents a physical stress that challenges homeostasis affecting central and peripheral serotoninergic systems. The influence of the exercise on circulating serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine [5-HT]) levels depends on training state as well as the exercise pro...
Author:Jordi Miró , Roser Morató , Ingrid Vilagran ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.88
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Three separate experiments were conducted to improve preservation of stallion epididymal sperm. In the first one, two different cooling extenders (Kenney and Gent) were compared. Sperm viability and motility patterns were assessed in 10 different epididymal sper...
Author:Lessana M. Gonçalves , Ricardo Pozzobon , Bruno L. dos Anjos ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.85
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The term juvenile osteochondral condition (JOCC) has been used to identify developmental changes in the growth plates. The condition is characterized by a set of changes with similar pathogenesis that affect the immature skeleton and joints of growing foals. The...
Author:Marie Denys , Aurélie Thomas-Cancian , Antonin Tortereau ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.85
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Premature udder development constitutes an alarm signal in pregnant mares. The objective of this clinical case report is to highlight the importance of transabdominal ultrasound examination of the fetus in these cases and to report a unique case of prenatal diagnosis...
Author:Yuji Takahashi , Kazutaka Mukai , Hajime Ohmura ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.86
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Muscle activities of the major hindlimb muscles have been reported to decrease with fatigue in horses. However, those in other muscles have been scarcely reported. We aimed to quantify fatigue-induced electromyographic changes in head and neck muscles and muscle...
Author:Tayler L. Hansen , Jill M. Bobel , Ellen M. Rankins ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.88
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Digesta retention time within specific segments of the equine gastrointestinal tract (GIT) may be more relevant to scientific inquiries than total tract mean retention time (TTMRT); however, measuring retention time in individual segments requires access to the ...
Author:Lauren E. Kerrigan , Donald L. Thompson , Ann M. Chapman ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Equine Veterinary Science(IF 0.621), 2020, Vol.85
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Sympathoadrenal stimulation may perturb results of endocrine tests performed on fractious horses. Sedation may be beneficial; however, perturbation of results may preclude useful information. Four experiments were designed to 1) determine the effects of epinephr...

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