Recent Submissions

  • Physiological effects of mercury-contaminated Oxisols on common bean and oat 

    Lima, Francielle Roberta Dias de; Barbosa, Alice Pita; Vasques, Isabela Cristina Filardi; Oliveira, Jakeline Rosa; Silva, Aline Oliveira (UFLA); Martins, Gabriel Caixeta; Engelhardt, Mateus Moreira; Pereira, Polyana; Reis, Rayner Hugo Cassa Louzada dos; Guilherme, Luiz Roberto Guimarães; Marques, João José (2021) [Journal article]
    The heavy metal mercury (Hg) is one of the most complex and toxic pollutants. When present in soils, it may impair plant growth, but the intensity of damage depends on the physical-chemical properties of the soil such as ...
  • Diabetes mellitus remission in a cat with pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism after trilostane treatment 

    Muschner, Adriana Cunha; Varela, Fernanda Venzon; Hazuchova, Katarina; Niessen, Stijn J. M.; Pöppl, Alan Gomes (2018) [Journal article]
    Case summary An 8-year-old male neutered Persian cat was presented with polyuria, polydipsia, polyphagia and muscle weakness associated with a 7 month history of diabetes mellitus (DM). The cat had initially been treated ...
  • Fatal yersiniosis by Yersinia enterocolitica in a brown titi monkey (Plecturocebus brunneus) 

    Raiter, Jacqueline; Cecco, Bianca Santana de; Ehlers, Luiza Presser; Henker, Luan Cleber; Nicknich, Daniela; Fonseca, Ana Caroline Velasques; Siqueira, Franciele Maboni; Oliveira, Moira Ansolch da Silva; Driemeier, David; Sonne, Luciana (2023) [Journal article]
    We described a case of fatal septicemic yersiniosis in a young adult brown titi monkey (Plecturocebus brunneus) which presented lethargy and severe anemia. Postmortem external assessment revealed marked dehydration and ...
  • Perception of poultry veterinarians on the use of antimicrobials and antimicrobial resistance in egg production 

    Torres, Mariana Costa; Vieira, Tatiana Regina; Cardoso, Marisa Ribeiro de Itapema; Siqueira, Franciele Maboni; Borba, Mauro Riegert (2022) [Journal article]
    This study aimed to describe the perception of veterinarians who work with commercial laying hens in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, regarding the use of antibiotics and their possible impacts on animal, human, and ...
  • Streptococcus spp. in equines : infection and antimicrobial susceptibility profiles 

    Torres, Mariana Costa; Moni, Camila Azevedo; Menetrier, Luiza de Campos; Breyer, Gabriela Merker; Siqueira, Franciele Maboni (2022) [Journal article]
    Background: Empirical antimicrobial prescribing is commonly used in equine veterinary. Therefore, professionals can obtain information about antimicrobial susceptibility profile of the bacterial strains based on veterinary ...
  • Post-neutering urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence in female dogs 

    Jesus, Luciana de; Oliveira, Milena Cleff de; Pöppl, Alan Gomes (2021) [Journal article]
    Female dogs neutering is a routine surgery that aims to prevent diseases as well as to help populational control. Urinary incontinence is one of the most significant unwanted consequences following the procedure. Pharmacological ...
  • Aprendendo ativamente na veterinária 

    Bracagioli Neto, Alberto; Wagner, Saionara Araujo (2022) [Journal article]
    A aprendizagem ativa é um conjunto de práticas que busca envolver o aluno na construção colaborativa do seu processo de aprendizagem. Existem inúmeros métodos, softwares e perspectivas na aprendizagem ativa que ocorreram ...
  • Technological prospecting : the case of cultured meat 

    Fernandes, Alice Munz; Teixeira, Odilene de Souza; Fantinel, Antonio Luiz; Revillion, Jean Philippe Palma; Souza, Ângela Rozane Leal de (2022) [Journal article]
    Cultured meat, derived from cellular agriculture, is an emerging food biotechnology. Although it is not yet avail- able on an industrial scale, there are speculations regarding the technical and economic challenges that ...
  • Risk-factor analysis for feline hyperthyroidism in the metropolitan area of Porto Alegre : a pilot case-control study 

    Barbieri, Claudia Ruga; Pöppl, Alan Gomes (2019) [Journal article]
    Background: Hyperthyroidism is the most common endocrinopathy in elderly cats and its prevalence varies greatly geographically. Since it was first described in 1979, it has shown a continuously increasing incidence. This ...
  • Chymase inhibition : a key factor in the anti-inflammatory activity of ethanolic extracts and spilanthol isolated from Acmella oleracea 

    Stein, Renan; Oliveira, Markus Berger; Cecco, Bianca Santana de; Mallmann, Luana Peixoto; Terraciano, Paula Barros; Driemeier, David; Rodrigues, Eliseu; Silva, Walter Orlando Beys da; Konrath, Eduardo Luis (2021) [Journal article]
    Ethnopharmacological relevance: Acmella oleracea (L.) R. K. Jansen (Asteraceae), known as jambú in Brazil, is used in traditional medicine as analgesic and for inflammatory conditions, characterized by the presence of ...

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