Wyświetlanie pozycji 399-418 z 573

    • Quantification of twenty pharmacologically active dyes in water samples using UPLC-MS/MS 

      Tkaczyk-Wlizlo, Angelika; Mitrowska, Kamila; Błądek, Tomasz (Elsevier Ltd, 2022)
      This study presents a multi-compound method for the determination of 20 pharmacologically active dyes from 5 different chemical classes in environmental water samples. These compounds, including triphenylmethane dyes ...
    • Quasispecies composition of small ruminant lentiviruses found in blood leukocytes and milk epithelial cells 

      Olech, Monika; Bomba, Arkadiusz; Kuźmak, Jacek (MDPI, 2021)
      Small ruminant lentiviruses (SRLVs) exist as populations of closely related genetic variants, known as quasispecies, within an individual host. The privileged way of SRLVs transmission in goats is through the ingestion of ...
    • Quo vadis zootechniko? 

      Niemczuk, Krzysztof; Frant, Maciej; Szczotka-Bochniarz, Anna (Polskie Towarzystwo Zootechniczne, 2021)
      Począwszy od 2007 roku ASFV roku opanował wiele krajów Europy i Azji, sięgając również znacznie oddalonych wysp zarówno na Pacyfiku (Filipiny), jak i Oceanie Atlantyckim (Republika Zielonego Przylądka) i pozostając przy ...
    • Rare earth element as the emerging contaminants in black tea - risk assessment resulting from the dietary exposure 

      Kowlaczyk, Ewelina; Kwiatek, Krzysztof; Sloth, Jens, Jorgen; Amlund, Heidi; Hansen, Max (2021)
      In the recent years, a great increase of the interest in the rare earth elements (REEs) has been observed. Due to their specific properties, they are used in several areas including medicine, agriculture and some branches ...
    • Re-emergence of Rabies in Mazowieckie Voivodship, Poland, 2021 

      Smreczak Marcin; Orłowska Anna; Trębas Paweł; Stolarek Agnieszka; Freuling Conrad; Müller Thomas (Wiley-VCH GmbH, Weinheim, 2022)
      Due to the oral vaccination of foxes against rabies most of the territory of Poland was freed from rabies of non-flying mammals. In January 2021, rabies was diagnosed in fox in the central part of Mazowieckie Voivodeship ...
    • Reflected Light Spectrometry and AI-Based Data Analysis for Detection of Rapid Chicken Eggshell Change Caused by Mycoplasma synoviae 

      Pakuła, Anna; Paśko, Sławomir; Kursa, Olimpia; Komar, Robert (MDPI, 2021)
      Mycoplasma synoviae (MS) is a pathogen that causes economic losses in the poultry industry. It can be transmitted, amongst others, via the respiratory tract and spread relatively quickly. As such, MS infections are mainly ...
    • Residues of an anthelmintic veterinary drug (closantel) detected in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in Scotland 

      Giergiel, Marta; Campbell, Steve; Giela, Anna; Sharp, Elizabeth; Casali, Fabio; Śniegocki, Tomasz; Sell, Bartosz; Jedziniak, Piotr (ELSEVIER SCIENCE, 2023)
      The contamination of the environment by some veterinary medicines and their impact on wild animals is ofincreasing concern. However, there is a lack of information about their residues in wildlife. The sentinel animalsmost ...
    • Results of Proficiency Testing for Trichinella in Poland, 2015–2019 

      Różycki, Mirosław; Korpysa-Dzirba, Weronika; Bełcik, Aneta; Bilska-Zając, Ewa; Karamon, Jacek; Sroka, Jacek; Zdybel, Jolanta; Cencek, Tomasz (MDPI, 2021)
      Trichinellosis is a zoonotic meat-borne disease caused by the nematodes of the genus Trichinella. Meat containing live Trichinella larvae is a source of infection. The examination of meat for Trichinella was introduced in ...
    • Retrospective study on equine viral abortions in Poland between 1999 and 2022 

      Stasiak, Karol; Socha, Wojciech; Rola, Jerzy (National Veterinary Research Institute in Pulawy; Poland, 2023)
      Introduction: Loss of pregnancy in mares is a major cause of economic and emotional impact for horse breeders. It can have many different infectious and noninfectious causes. The aim of this study was identification of the ...
    • Rift Valley fever – a growing threat to humans and animals 

      Kwaśnik, Małgorzata; Rożek, Wojciech; Rola, Jerzy (National Veterinary Research Institute in Pulawy; Poland, 2021)
      Rift Valley fever (RVF) is a zoonotic, vector-borne infectious disease of ruminants and camels transmitted mainly by the Aedes and Culex mosquito species. Contact with the blood or organs of infected animals ...
    • Risk assessment of rare earth elements, antimony, barium, boron, lithium, tellurium, thallium and vanadium in teas 

      Kowalczyk, Ewelina; Givelet, Lucas; Amlund, Heidi; Sloth, Jens Jørgen; Hansen, Max (2022)
      In recent years, a great intensification in the use of various elements especially in modern technologycan be observed. However, the anthropogenic activities, including industrialisation, urbanisation orintensive agriculture, ...
    • Risk Factors for Antimicrobial Resistance in Turkey Farms: A Cross-Sectional Study in Three European Countries 

      Horie, Mayu; Yang, Dongsheng; Joosten, Philip; Munk, Patrick; Wadepohl, Katharina; Chauvin, Claire; Moyano, Gabriel; Skarżyńska, Magdalena; Dewulf, Jeroen; Aarestrup, Frank M.; Blaha, Thomas; Sanders, Pascal; Gonzalez-Zorn, Bruno; Wasyl, Dariusz; Wagenaar, Jaap; Heederik, Dick; Mevius, Dik; Schmitt, Heike; Smit, Lidwien; Van Gompel, Liese (2021)
      Food-producing animals are an important reservoir and potential source of transmission ofantimicrobial resistance (AMR) to humans. However, research on AMR in turkey farms is limited.This study aimed to identify risk factors ...
    • Risk factors for the abundance of antimicrobial resistance genes aph(3′)-III, erm(B), sul2 and tet(W) in pig and broiler faeces in nine European countries 

      Yang, Dongsheng; Heederik, Dick J. J.; Mevius, Dik J.; Scherpenisse, Peter; Luiken, Roosmarijn E. C.; Van Gompel, Liese; Skarżyńska, Magdalena; Wadepohl, Katharina; Chauvin, Claire; Heijnsbergen van, Eri; Wouters, Inge M.; Greve, Gerdit D.; Jongerius-Gortemaker, Betty G. M.; Tersteeg-Zijderveld, Monique; Zając, Magdalena; Wasyl, Dariusz; Juraschek, Katharina; Fischer, Jennie; Wagenaar, Jaap A.; Smit, Lidwien A. M.; Schmitt, Heike; on behalf of the EFFORT consortium (2021)
      Objectives: The occurrence and zoonotic potential of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in pigs and broilers has been studied intensively in past decades. Here, we describe AMR levels of European pig and broiler farms and ...
    • Risk of African swine fever virus transmission among wild boar and domestic pigs in Poland 

      Pepin, K.M.; Borowik, T.; Frant, M.; Plis, K.; Podgórski, T. (Frontiers, 2023)
      Introduction: African swine fever (ASF) is a notifiable disease of swine that impacts global pork trade and food security. In several countries across the globe, the disease persists in wild boar (WB) populations sympatric ...
    • The Risk of False-Positive Serological Results for Paratuberculosis in Mycobacterium bovis-Infected Cattle 

      Didkowska, Anna; Krajewska-Wędzina, Monika; Klich, Daniel; Prolejko, Kinga; Orłowska, Blanka; Anusz, Krzysztof (MDPI, 2021)
      Both bovine tuberculosis (BTB) and paratuberculosis (paraTB) continue to cause significant economic losses in cattle breeding; in addition, their etiological agents have zoonotic potential. Although the diagnostics of both ...
    • Risk to Public Health Regarding Doxycycline Residues in Chicken Claws 

      Gajda, Anna; Szymanek-Bany, Iwona; Nowacka - Kozak, Ewelina; Gbylik-Sikorska, Małgorzata (ACS Publications, 2022)
      Doxycycline residues in claws may pose a potential risk to humans. A study with broiler chickens was performed to find the concentrations of doxycycline in claws after treatment. For the quantification of the antibiotic ...
    • Rola zwierząt nieudomowionych w epidemiach XXI wieku 

      Larska, Magdalena; Kalicki, Mirosław; Krzysiak, Michał K. (Krajowa Izba Lekarsko-Weterynaryjna, 2022)
      The risk of a new epidemic zoonosis is very high as shown by the experience with COVID‑19 and, more recently, by monkeypox spreading in Europe. The aim of this article is to present a brief analysis of those increasing ...
    • Rośliny toksyczne dla alpak cz. II 

      Krajewska-Wędzina, Monika; Orłowska, Blanka; Sierociuk, Dagmara (apra-wetpress s.c., 2022)
      Zatrucie roślinami przebiega u zwierząt podobnie jak w przypadku innych problemów zdrowotnych. Pierwszym sygnałem do niepokoju powinno być odmienne niż na co dzień zachowanie zwierzęcia.
    • Rotawirusy bydła przyczyną biegunek u cieląt 

      Rola, Jerzy (Apra-wetpress s.c., 2021)
      W złożonej etiologii chorób biegunkowych cieląt istotną rolę odgrywają czynniki zakaźne, w tym także rotawirusy. Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie czytelnikom aktualnych danych na temat zakażeń rotawirusami u bydła.
    • Ryby żyworodne w akwarium 

      Zientek, Hubert; Reichert, Michał; Żelazny, Jan (2021)