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ovine

of, relating to, or resembling a sheep
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Hart, "Ovine synovial membrane-derived mesenchymal progenitor cells retain the phenotype of the original tissue that was exposed to in-vivo inflammation: evidence for a suppressed chondrogenic differentiation potential of the cells," Inflammation Research, vol.
En el Tratamiento 1 se utilizo el diluyente Tris glucosa-yema de huevo, propuesto por Evans y Maxwell (1990), y en el Tratamiento 2 se uso el diluyente comercial Ovine Freezing Buffer UA 466/005238, lote No S 98 (IMV Technologies, France).
On 26 June 2007, the Commission adopted Regulation 727/2007 laying down certain provisions easing the animal health measures applicable to TSE-affected ovine and caprine flocks.
In Venezuela, livestock production has been limited by several factors: poor reproductive efficiency, high mortality rates in calves, lambs and adults, marginal nutrition due to low quality pastures and various diseases, among which, trypanosomosis is one of the higher relevance in bovine and ovine productions, as supported by researchers.
Main features: acquisition of equipment for bovine, ovine and caprine blood samples for the laboratory
Ovine placental lactogen-induced heterodimerization of ovine growth hormone and prolactin receptors in living cells (Biener et al., 2003).
Le prix des viandes rouges (ovine et bovine) depasse la barre des 1.300 DA, voire les 1.400 DA le kg.
Pour Tarek Ben Jazia, la consommation des viandes blanches s'explique entre autres par le rencherissement de la viande ovine de Ramadan 2010 a Ramadan 2015, facteur qui a fait baisser la consommation de cette viande de 11%.
More than one-inthree Welsh farms have lame sheep suffering from Contagious Ovine Digital Dermatitis (CODD), a virulent condition that is a serious welfare and economic issue for flockmasters.
The money will be spent in areas including investigations into the genetics of Porcine Respiratory Syndrome virus (PRRS), resistance to cryptosporidiosis in cattle and inflammatory processes in ovine footrot.
Also known as ovine rinderpest and goat plague, PPR is caused by a morbillivirus closely related to the rinderpest virus of cattle and buffaloes (which was eradicated in 2011) and the measles virus of humans.
This animal study used an established ovine model and demonstrated greater shear strength at the cortical interface after 12 weeks of implantation; higher overall bone in-growth rates at the cancellous interface after 12 weeks of implantation; higher total bone in-growth rates at the cortical interface after four and 12 weeks of implantation; and greater forgiveness to sub-optimal implantation conditions.