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Archive: Volume 7, 2015

Molecular characterization and phylogenetic analysis of an anti-lipopolysaccharide factor from the crucifix crab, Charybdis feriatus

Sruthy KS, Nair A, Cubelio SS, Bright Singh IS, Philip R

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:149-156

Published Date: 21 September 2015

The naked mole-rat as an animal model in biomedical research: current perspectives

Schuhmacher LN, Husson Z, Smith ES

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:137-148

Published Date: 11 August 2015

Effects of supplementation of betaine hydrochloride on physiological performances of broilers exposed to thermal stress

Singh AK, Ghosh TK, Creswell DC, Haldar S

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:111-120

Published Date: 6 July 2015

Social isolation is associated with reduced neurogenesis, impaired spatial working memory performance, and altered anxiety levels in male rats

Famitafreshi H, Karimian M, Fanaei H, Attari F, Fatima S

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:87-95

Published Date: 16 June 2015

The influence of gravity on REM sleep

Gonfalone AA, Jha SK

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:65-72

Published Date: 22 May 2015

Survivability of boar sperm stored under room temperature in extenders containing some natural products

Akandi A, Ugwu SO, Machebe NS

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:57-64

Published Date: 28 April 2015

Antarctic krill meal as an alternative protein source in pet foods evaluated in mink (Neovison vison). II. Growth

Krogdahl Å, Ahlstrom Ø, Burri L, Nordrum S, Dolan LC, Bakke AM, Penn MH

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:43-56

Published Date: 10 February 2015

Antarctic krill meal as an alternative protein source in pet foods evaluated in adult mink (Neovison vison). I. Digestibility of main nutrients and effect on reproduction

Krogdahl Å, Ahlstrom Ø, Burri L, Nordrum S, Dolan LC, Bakke AM, Penn MH

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:29-42

Published Date: 10 February 2015

Efficacy of an equine joint supplement, and the synergistic effect of its active ingredients (chelated trace minerals and natural eggshell membrane), as demonstrated in equine, swine, and an osteoarthritis rat model

Wedekind KJ, Coverdale JA, Hampton TR, Atwell CA, Sorbet RH, Lunnemann J, Harrell RJ, Greiner L, Keith NK,
Evans JL, Zhao J, Knight CD

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:13-27

Published Date: 20 January 2015

In vivo physiological research in the US: regulatory and ethical issues

Cates CC, Couto MA

Open Access Animal Physiology 2015, 7:1-11

Published Date: 15 December 2014