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Volume 10, Number 4

The International Journal of Applied Research in Veterinary Medicine

Table of Contents

281 Lymphocyte T-Cell Immunomodulator (LTCI), a Potent Immune Modulating Biologic, Exhibits Safety and Efficacy in the Pain Management of Dogs with Moderate-Severe Osteoarthritis
Joel Ehrenzweig, D.V.M., Warren Jones, D.V.M., Christi Belew, D.V.M., Mary Ellen Goldberg, B.S., L.V.T., C.V.T., S.R.A., C.C.R.A.

289 Influence of Dietary Histidine on Basophil Release, Circulating Concentration, and Urinary Excretion of Histamine in Domestic Felines
S. K. Martin, D. L. Harmon, C. E. Conway, E. S. Vanzant, K. R. McLeod

300 Value of the Pedicle Omentum Transfer for the Healing of Large Skin Wound in Dogs
CaiXia Wang, Chengye Li, Ganzhen Deng, Xian Xu, Lei Shu, Xiangyang Liu, Qihong Chen

305 One-Year Duration of Immunity in Dogs for Leptospira Interrogans Serovar Ictero Haemorrhagiae After Vaccination
P. Schreiber, V. Martin, D. Grousson, A. Sanquer, S. Gueguen, B. Lebreux

311 Antibiofilm Efficacy of Advanced Formula Zymox® Otic Plus with 1% Hydrocortisone
Rajvinder Atwal, PhD, Anim Omar, Ph.D., B. Pharma, Merle Oson, DVM, MSc., Nicole Butler, B.Sc., Yanira Caberra, B.Sc.

318 Safety of Systemic Acridine Orange Administration with Low-dose Radiation in Mice
Takuya Maruo, Tetsushi Tezuka, Haruyuki Kondo, Shiori Nakamura, Kensuke Orito, Takuo Shida, Tomohiro Nakayama

323 The Leukocyte Population in the Peripheral Blood and the Colostrum of Cows Infected with Bovine Leukemia Virus is Skewed Towards Humoral Immunity
Seiichi Kakinuma, Yousuke Maeda, Hiromichi Ohtsuka, Kaori Ohmae, Kyouko Ayabe, Satoru Konnai, Masa-aki Oikawa

328 Neutrophil and Monocyte Function in Neonatal Dairy Calves Fed Fresh or Frozen Colostrum
Amy Stieler, DVM, Beatriz Sanz Bernardo, DVM, MS, G. Arthur Donovan, DVM, MSc

335 Improving Detection of Canine Distemper Virus in Formalin-Fixed, Paraffin-Embedded Tissues: Using in situ Hybridization with Integrated Optical Density to Give a Semi-Quantitative Assessment
Chung-Tiang Liang, DVM, PhD, Ling-Ling Chueh, DVM, PhD, Victor Fei Pang, DVM, PhD, Kan-Hung Lee, DVM, MS, San-Chi Liang, DVM, PhD, Chin-Cheng Lee, MD, PhD, Chen-Hsuan Liu, DVM, PhD

 

In the print version of the article “Influence of Dietary Histidine on Basophil Release, Circulating Concentration, and Urinary Excretion of Histamine in Domestic Felines” (J ApplRes Vet Med (10) 4, 2012), the ingredient percentage for “Vitamin E” listed on table 1 should state Vitamin E premix (29% vitamin E)”; the crude fiber percent for the 0.6% dietary histidine food should state “<0.21” as it was lower than 0.21% which was the level of detection not the concentration; the histamine (ng/mL) concentration for the 1.4% dietary histidine group should be “174.7” rather than the stated “175.7”; and the SEM for Total in table 4 should be “3.6” rather than the stated “3.5”.

*Changes are reflected in online version

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