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Pendovski, Lazo , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine -Skopje, Ss.Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Percinic, Florina , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine -Skopje, Ss.Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2015. English.

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Uzunova, Krasimira, Binev, Rumen, Todoroska, Marina, Miteva, Chonka. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2011. English.

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In this review, the concepts of fear, phobia and aggression in dogs were precisely defi ned, as well as their underlying causes. The behavioural activities specifi c for these conditions were indicated. The accompanying symptoms were consistently explained. The causes that the development of pathological fear leads to aggression in dogs as well as the ex various therapy options depending on th ...

Mojsova, Sandra, Jankuloski, Dean, Sekulovski, Pavle, Angelovski, Ljupco, Ratkova, Marija, Prodanov, Mirko. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2013. English.

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The purpose of this study was to asses the chemical and microbial characteristics of 10 artisanal cheeses made from raw ewe’s milk without addition of starters, during maturation. Microbial populations were numerous and diverse with Lactic acid bacteria and Enterobaceriaceae as a predominant groups of microorganisms. Pathogenic bacteria were not detected. The pH of the cheeses was within the r ...

Velev, Romel, Krleska-Veleva, Natasa. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2013. English.

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The use of antimicrobial agents is the key risk factor for the development and spread of antimicrobial resistance. It is therefore generally recognized that data on the usage of antimicrobial agents in food-producing animals are essential for identifying and quantifying the risk of developing and spreading of antimicrobial resistance in the food-chain. According to the WHO guidelines, the Anat ...

Jankuloski, Dean, Sekulovski, Pavle, Angelovski, Ljupco, Kostova, Sandra, Ratkova, Marija, Prodanov, Mirko. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2010. English.

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Sensitivity of 26 Listeria monocytogenes isolates toward 18 antimicrobial substances used in veterinary and human medicine was examined using the automated VITEK 2 Compact system bioMerieux. The obtained results indicate that L. monocytogenes strains isolated from food and food processing environment had resistance to several or more antimicrobial substances that are commonly used in the treat ...

Ristoski, Trpe, Cvetkovic, Iskra, Segales, Joaquim. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2009.

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Porcine circovirus type 2 belongs on the family Circoviridae. This virus family includes small, non-enveloped viruses, with a circular, single-standed DNA genome.This virus causes mainly subclinical infections, but a number of diseases have been linked to it (porcine circovirus diseases, PCVD). The most economically important PCVD is postweaning multisystemic wasting syndrome (PMWS), which mai ...

Cvetkovik, Aleksandar, Hristovski, Miso, Stojanovski, Stojmir, Mrenoski, Slavco, Cvetkovik, Iskra. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2009.

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The aim of this study was to produce an autogenous vaccine from Yersinia ruckeri isolate and to test it’s efficacy in field conditions. Colonies of Yersinia ruckeri biotype I isolated from rainbow trout with haemorrhagic septicemia were cultivated in TSB and inactivated with formalin. The vaccine was diluted and administered by immersion of rainbow trout fry (~ 4.5 g BW) in the vicinal suspens ...

Mitrov, Dine, Naletoski, Ivanco, Dzadzovski, Igor, Krstevski, Kiril, Ulcar, Igor, Celeska, Irena. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2009.

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Maedi-Visna in sheep and CAEV in goats are diseases caused by lentiviruses with very similar antigenic characteristics. This diseases are very important for the animal husbandry because of the economical losses they cause (reduced milk yield, lower body weight, deaths, therapy expenses). The results in this article, represents the first serological confirmation for the existence of this diseas ...

Cvetkovik, Iskra, Dodovski, Aleksandar, Naletoski, Ivanco, Mrenoski, Slavco, Mitrov, Dine, Krstevski, Kiril, Dzadzovski, Igor, Cvetkovik, Aleksandar. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2010. English.

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The aim of the study was to determine the presence and distribution or to confirm the absence of avian influenca viruses in farmed poultry in the poultry production systems 1 and 2 from the eight statistical regions in R. Macedonia. Total number of 1215 cloacal swabs from poultry were sampled. Each sample was processed and analysed by both molecular (RRT-PCR) and classical virology methods (vi ...

Nikolovski, Goran, Atanaskova, Elena. Macedonian Veterinary Review, 1857-7415. 2010. English.

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One of the chronic progressive disorders of the spinal cord in dogs is the degenerative myelopathy (DM). The most predisposed age in dog is 5 to 14 years, while rarely noted in younger, there is no gender predisposition. This disorder most commonly appears in dogs of the German shepherd breed, but it can appear in other breeds too. The main changes about this disease are degeneration of the my ...

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