June 2019

  • Application of Molecular Methods to the Study of Infectious Diseases in the Mink Industry.
  • A Comparison Between Intraperitoneal Injection and Intranasal and Oral Inoculation of Mink with Aleutian Mink Disease Virus
  • Dam Characteristics Associated with Pre‑weaning Diarrhea in Mink
  • Tail Tip Lesions in Mink: Effects of an Additional Hammock in Multilevel Cages
  • Orotic acid-treated hepatocyte carcinoma cells resist steatosis by modification of fatty acid metabolism
  • Induction of Maxillary and Mandibular Squamous Epithelial Cell Proliferation in Mink (Neovison vison) by b-Naphthoflavone
  • Prolonged Nest Building Increase the Reproductive Outcome in American Female Mink
  • Early Recognition of Offspring Vocalisation by Mink Mothers
  • Stereotypic Behaviours are Heterogeneous in their Triggers and Treatments in the American Mink, a Model Carnivore
  • Detection of self-biting behavior of mink by loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) and sequence-characterized amplified regions (SCAR)
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