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Veterinary medicine

  1. Biosecurity plays an irreplaceable role in preventing diseases, increasing productivity of dairy herd and welfare on the farm, prevention of drug resistance and public health safety. Assessment of biosecurity ...

    Authors: Mohammedsham Husen Harun, Shihun Shimelis, Bamlaku Andargie, Michael Yousuf Abdi and Hassen Yusuf Bekere
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2022 46:152
  2. Helminthiasis, usually a chronic problem in poultry, is the major cause of economic losses in the poultry industry. This study was undertaken with the aim of evaluating the in vitro and in vivo anthelmintic ef...

    Authors: Khadijat Abidemi Gasaliyu, Oseka Joseph Ajanusi, Mohammed Musa Suleiman, Sani Dahiru, Kuburat Hadiza Yusuf, Stephen Kyari, Matthew Ogwiji and Ochuko Orakpoghenor
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2022 46:131
  3. Amphibian parasites have been used as models for understanding important issues about host activity and sensitivity to environmental perturbations and amphibian decline. With the aim of comparing the parasitic...

    Authors: Okechukwu Martin Okeagu, Bamidele Akinsanya and Tolulope Uzoka
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2022 46:105
  4. Crude ethanolic extracts of leaves and stem of Physalis minima (Solanaceae) were evaluated for in vitro anthelmintic activity on the Bangladeshi mature parasitic flatworm Paramphistomum cervi (Trematoda) in cattl...

    Authors: Fazle Rabbi Shakil Ahmed, Afroza Sultana, Mst. Jesmin Sultana and Antara Saha
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2022 46:94
  5. Samples of hunted greater cane rat (Thryonomis swinderianus) were collected from Oluwo Market, Epe and Odo Ona Kekere in Oluyole Local Government Area Ibadan, Nigeria. Trace metals such as zinc, cadmium, vanadium...

    Authors: Ayodele Elizabeth, Akinsanya Bamidele, Ogunyebi Amos Lanrewaju, Akeredolu Excellence and Isibor Patrick Omoregie
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2022 46:81
  6. In spite of efforts to control avian influenza (AI) and Newcastle disease (ND) over decades, circulation of the viral causative agents among domestic and feral birds is considered implicated factors for the in...

    Authors: Adebowale I. Adebiyi, Olushola Gamra, Afusat Jubril and Daniel O. Oluwayelu
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2022 46:25
  7. Due to high disease burden and poor animal health services in Uganda, administration of antimicrobials particularly oxytetracycline (OTC) is often done by farm owners and workers without any prescription. This...

    Authors: Pheonah Kebirungi, Anthony Nyombi, Timothy Omara, Christopher Adaku and Emmanuel Ntambi
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2022 46:17
  8. Soil-Transmitted Helminths are a group of parasites that cause gastrointestinal infections in humans and require the soil to develop into their infective forms. Ecological factors such as soil temperature, soi...

    Authors: Odunayo Emmanuel Oyewole and Iyabo Adepeju Simon-Oke
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2022 46:13
  9. Porcine cysticercosis, human cysticercosis, neurocysticercosis, and epilepsy pose a serious public health risk and lead to economic losses to the small-scale pig farmers in Tanzania’s rural areas. It also resu...

    Authors: Emmanuel Nestory Kayuni
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:217
  10. The transition to pulmonary respiration and the termination of foetal cardiovascular shunts is expected to commence immediately after birth. Subsequently, alveolar ventilation and tissue perfusion must be esta...

    Authors: Buhari Habibu, Mohammed Umaru Kawu, Tagang Aluwong and Hussaina Joan Makun
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:188
  11. African giant land snails (Archachatina marginata) are hermaphroditic pulmonate nocturnal gastropods of the Achatinidae family. The snail is one of West Africa's largest known terrestrial snails. The majority of ...

    Authors: Titus Adeniyi Olusi, Olugbenga Samuel Babatunde and Muideen Adeniji
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:183
  12. A study was undertaken to assess the effect of bioactive peptides derived from cottonseed (BPC) supplementation on productive performance, egg quality, and total antioxidant capacity (TAC) of serum and yolk in...

    Authors: Nasir Landy and Farshid Kheiri
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:182
  13. Haemonchosis is a serious disease affecting ruminants’ productivity worldwide. Medicinal plants are deemed one of the most natural bio-products safely used as alternatives to the synthetic anthelmintics. In th...

    Authors: Noha M. F. Hassan, Ahmed A. Zaghawa, Nadia M. T. Abu-Elezz, Mohamed A. Nayel and Akram A. Salama
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:180
  14. Pet birds are housed and reared exclusively for ornamental use. These include psittaciformes (parrots, parakeets, budgerigars, love birds) and passeriformes (e.g. canaries, finches, sparrows, also called songb...

    Authors: Adelekan Oluseyi Okunlade, Oluwaseun Olanrewaju Esan and Akinlabi Oladele Ogunleye
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:155
  15. This study attempts to review the role of slaughter facilities management of all zoonotic diseases encountered at the abattoirs as well as the safety of meat produced for public consumption in abattoirs in Nig...

    Authors: Salisu Ibrahim, Bilkisu Yunusa Kaltungo, Hajara Buhari Uwale, Alhassan Yunusa Baba, Shehu Na-Allah Saidu, Farouk Umar Mohammed and Hashimu Mohammed Dahiru
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:137
  16. Cadmium (Cd) is a known metallohormone which mimics the action of steroid hormones with adverse effect on testicular function. It is highly toxic and a prevalent environmental contaminant with no conventional ...

    Authors: Remigius Ibe Onoja, Chinwe Uzoma Chukwudi, Emmanuel Uchechukwu Ugwueze, Davinson Chuka Anyogu, Wilson Obidah and Benjamin Ifechukwu Emesiani
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:125
  17. Goats, often associated with sheep, are a vital part of the national economy in many countries around the world, and goat farming contributes significantly to the family economy, sustainable livelihoods and po...

    Authors: Nadjet Amina Ouchene-Khelifi, Nassim Ouchene and Mohamed Lafri
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:22
  18. The global warming has become a worldwide problem affecting adversely the human being and the productivity of the livestock. This study aimed to investigate the effect of seasonal heat stress on the incidence ...

    Authors: Amal M. Abo El-Maaty, Mohamed A. Aly, Mohamed S. Kotp, Amal H. Ali and Mahmoud A. El Gabry
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:8
  19. Wildlife reservoirs not only act as a source of infection for vectors but also serve as hosts for the vectors themselves, supporting their populations. Their public health significance in developing countries ...

    Authors: Kingsley Uchenna Ozioko, Chris Ikem Okoye, Patience Obiageli Ubachukwu, Raymond Awudu Agbu, Bede Izuchukwu Ezewudo and Celestine Osita Ezea
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2021 45:4
  20. Cryptococcuria has not been reported in dogs although few cases have been described in humans and cats. Cryptococcuria is often seen as a manifestation of systemic or disseminated cryptococcosis. Early diagnos...

    Authors: Abhishek Dharm Singh, Abhiroop Banerjee and Kunal Batabyal
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2020 44:200
  21. Helminth infections occur in poverty-stricken areas and developing countries with warm and humid environments and where sanitary conditions are poor. Only few drugs are regularly used for the treatment of thes...

    Authors: Kalpesh B. Ishnava and Priya S. Konar
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2020 44:33
  22. Chlorella vulgaris (CV) is a natural source of functional antioxidants capable of protecting against oxidative stress; its dietary supplementation in animals can serve as a way of improving animals’ performance a...

    Authors: A. B. Sikiru, A. Arangasamy, I. C. Alemede, S. S. A. Egena and R. Bhatta
    Citation: Bulletin of the National Research Centre 2019 43:162