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KV - Effect of antibiotics in semen extenders on the inseminated female

Exposure of bacteria to even small amounts of antibiotics can lead to the development of antimicrobial resistance. It is not known whether the widespread use of antibiotics in semen extenders could

Open call of two co-funded collaborative post doc projects

The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science at SLU hereby opens a call for co-funding of two post doc projects. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science at SLU hereby opens a

New report on alternative treatment methods for horses, dogs and cats

Complementary and alternative veterinary medicine, so-called CAVM methods, are used to varying degrees as treatment methods for animals. The methods are represented along a "gray scale", from those

KV - Can colloid centrifugation be used to separate spermatozoa from bacteria in bull semen for artificial insemination?

The purpose is to test whether Single Layer Centrifugation can be used to separate bull spermatozoa from bacteria in semen. This project is a continuation of two other projects. As shown previously

KV - The microbiome of bull semen

An aspect of the project is to reduce antibiotic use in semen extenders is to map the microbiome of bull semen. knowledge of the bacteria present in bull semen is needed to determine their effects on

KV - Increasing reproductive efficiency by improving sperm quality

Artificial insemination is widely used to breed the vast majority of dairy cows, pigs and turkeys in Sweden. In fact, this is the most widely used reproductive biotechnology globally, enabling

OneHealth-WASH #2

Seminar: Effective WASH to prevent infections and reduce the emergence of AMR agnes.bondesson@slu.se Please join us for the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) - One Health network second webinar

Seminar: Antimicrobial resistance in Agrifood systems

Seminar: Antimicrobial resistance in Agrifood systems futureonehealth@slu.se Welcome to this lunch seminar on antimicrobial resistance in agrifood systems presented by Dr. Junxia Song, Senior

KV Laboratory

KV-lab is a joint laboratory at the Department of Clinical Sciences. Research lab with a special focus on reproductive research, clinical metabolism research and clinical molecular research.

Contact

Postal address: P.O.Box 7054, SE-750 07 Uppsala, SWEDEN Visiting address: Ulls väg 26, Ultuna Delivery address: Please, always include the name and the division of the recipient. The Department of

About KV

For the Department of Clinical Sciences, SLU Descriptions and objectives Our vision Healthier animals – skilled and knowledgeable animal health staff Our mission We are engaged in education and

Domestic Animal Reproduction

Domestic animal reproduction encompasses various aspects of the repro-duc¬tion of domestic animals and contains several sub-subjects We research and/or teach in, such as andrology, gynaecology (

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