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Volume:3 Issue:6Jun' 2024

The Public Health Significance of Foot-and-Mouth Disease:
Muhammad usama , Shaista Jalbani .
Abstract: Foot and mouth Disease (FMD) is a highly contagious viral disease that affects cloven-hoofed animals such as cattle, pigs, sheep, and goats. FMD has significant public health significance as

Published on: 08-07-2024
Ebola Virus as an Emerging Threat
Aneela Hussain, Ayesha Quddus, Abdul Raheem, Muhammad Zaid Khalil, Muhammad Zubair.
Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) is a highly infectious ailment, caused by the Ebola virus. It is a zoonotic disease that can cause mortality up to 90%. Once the Ebola virus enters the host body, it supp

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Rabies, Fatal yet Preventable
Baheej-un-Nisa, Fatima Khalid, Tahseen Yaqub, Bilal Hassan.
Rabies is a viral zoonotic disease that proves highly fatal in its neurological form. However, a few cases have also been reported regarding recovery but with brain disabilities. As the disease progre

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Autohemotherapy for Canine Oral Papillomatosis
Fakiha Alvi, Muhammad Zaid Khalil, Abdul Raheem.
Canine Oral Papillomatosis (COP) is a common and contagious viral disease of dogs caused by canine papillomavirus. It is characterized by the presence of warts on the oral cavity of dogs. Autohemother

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Stockholm Syndrome
Hafiz Abdul Moeed, Muhammad Tayyab Naveed, Muhammad Usama, Muhammad Hammad.
Stockholm Syndrome in simple words is the feeling of tenderness for the someone who was abuser. It is having the affectionate feeling for the person who harms us or tortured us mentally or physically.

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Nipah Virus: An Overview
Ayesha Quddus, Laiba Quddus, Aneela Hussain, Abdul Raheem, Muhammad Zaid Khalil.
Nipah virus is one of the deadliest viruses that pose a serious threat to the world due to its zoonotic importance. Nipah virus is an enveloped, negative-sense RNA virus that causes infection of the r

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Canine Parvovirus: Leading Cause of Fatality in Pups
Tehreem Nasir, Muhammad Zaid Khalil, Abdul Raheem.
Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious viral disease of wild and domestic canids which is caused by Canine parvovirus type-2. The virus enters the host body through ingestion and replicates in the o

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The Role of Antioxidants in Human Health: Biochemical Insights
Hamna Aziz , Sidra Muhyuddin, Muhammad Adnan Sabir Mughal, Hammad Mustafa , Muhammad Usman .
Sies introduced the "oxidative stress," in 1980 by highlighting the imbalance between prooxidants and antioxidants that contribute to chronic diseases. However, oxygen is essential for life involved i

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Norovirus: An Overview
Ahmad Raza, AHMAD RAZA AHMAD RAZA, Ayesha Quddus, Aneela Hussain, Abdul Raheem, Muhammad Zaid Khalil.
Norovirus (NoV) is an enteric non-enveloped virus causing gastroenteritis across all age groups. Forty percent (40%) of all NoV outbreaks occur in long-term and acute-care facilities. Nosocomial setti

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Prevalence of Congo Virus in Pakistan
Nouman Tariq, Ahmad Raza, Ayesha Quddus, Baheej-un-Nisa, Abdul Raheem.
Congo virus is one of the major issues of livestock in Pakistan, especially during the last decade. It spreads through ticks present on infected animal hide. This virus is zoonotic in nature. It exist

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Jaundice: symptoms, causes, and treatments
Kanwal Tariq, Rao Zahid Abbas , Zohaib Saeed, Amina Hussain, Kashaf.
Jaundice is a complicated illness present in multiple animals and humans of almost all genders and ages. In jaundice, there is yellowing of the skin, eyeball, mucus membrane and a significant increase

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Impact of heat stress and strategies for its melioration in poultry production
Muhammad Saim Arif, Muhammad Mahboob Ali Hamid, Abdul Raheem .
Poultry production is one of the rapidly growing sectors in the livestock industry. The major affecting factor for the poultry industry is heat stress. It occurs when the temperature of animals increa

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Management and Control of Mastitis
Akhsveiaris, Muhammad Imran, Mariam Adnan, Akaash Masih, Muhammad Talha Tariq.
Mastitis is a devastating disease in the dairy industry. The severity of mastitis depends upon its type and duration. It can either be caused by contagious pathogens or environmental pathogens. These

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Phytobiotics as an alternative to antibiotics in poultry
Muhammad Saim Arif, Muhammad Mahboob Ali Hamid, Abdulraheem Saeed, Muhammad Zaid Khalil.
In the poultry sector, the use of antibiotics as a growth promoter is widespread but these cause antimicrobial resistance in both humans and animals. The use of phytobiotics as an alternative approach

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Impacts and Mitigation of heat stress on dairy animals
Muhammad Talha Tariq, Sarah Cecil, Mariam Adnan, ‚Ā†Aryan Ashraf, Mairman Gul Nasar.
Heat stress is one of the greatest challenges regarding productivity in dairy animals. Consistent elevation in global warming is one of its leading causes. Air temperature and high humidity are the cl

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Silver nanoparticles as an antibacterial agent
Nimra Maheen, Ahmad Raza, Muhammad Zaid Khalil, Abdulraheem Saeed, Baheej-un-Nisa.
Ag-NPs meet the global demand for opening new doors to the development of antibacterial strategies in contrast to the increasing prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Ag-NPs are ideal candidate

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Bovine Brucellosis
Rao Zahid Abbas, Muqadas, Zohaib Saeed, Muhammad Abdullah Qureshi, Zuha Fatima, Muqadas, Zohaib Saeed, Muhammad Abdullah Qureshi, Zuha Fatima.
The aim of this extension article is to take an overview of brucellosis in bovines for general understanding. Brucellosis is a zoonotic disease that has a major impact on animal welfare and the econom

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The Role of Antioxidants in Skin Health and Disease Prevention
Hamna Aziz , Arshad Nawaz, Ahmad Ramzan Noor, Sibgha Shafqat, Maria Ashfaq.
The significant role of antioxidants in maintaining skin health and preventing disease is highlighted in recent research. However, the major contributor to synthesis of free radicals and reactive oxyg

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Burn Wounds in Animals
Rao Zahid Abbas, Zuha Fatima, Zohaib Saeed, Muhammad Abdullah Qureshi, Muqadas.
Burn is one of the most common types of wound seen all over the world. Burn wounds occur due to thermal, chemical, electric exposure or many other causes. It leads toward many other lin

Published on: 08-07-2024