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Department of Clinical Sciences

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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

Survival, remission, and quality of life in diabetic cats

Remission is documented in a substantial proportion of cats with diabetes. The effects of diabetes mellitus (DM) on the lives of cats and their owners should be considered when evaluating treatment

Is it possible to breed for better colostrum?

A sufficient IgG content in the colostrum is essential for the newborn calf, as it provides passive immunity which substantially affects the probability of survival during rearing. Failure of passive

Temperature, productivity, and heat tolerance: Evidence from Swedish dairy production

This study aims to identify the effects of temperature on dairy production and the heat tolerance of different dairy breeds under heat stress. Using farm and animal-level data from 1435 dairy farms

Developmental Biology Platform

A platform for collaboration We do in vitro embryo production in cow, pig, cat, zebrafish, Xenopus frog and mollusc. For the aquatic species, we can also follow the developing embryos to adult

Dissertation Maja Wiklund

Dissertation Maja Wiklund sofia.webering.ekberg@slu.se Maja Wiklund defends her thesis: Clinical implementation of Pulsed inhaled Nitric Oxide in equine anaesthesia Audhumbla, VHC, Campus Ultuna

Dissertation Cecilia Rohdin

Dissertation Cecilia Rohdin sofia.webering.ekberg@slu.se Cecilia Rohdin defends her thesis: Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of a myelopathy in pugs – A journey from ”Wobbly Pugs” to Pug

KV-God djurvälfärd i mjölkbesättningar

Good profitability is important for most dairy farmers. In this project, we will investigate how different animal welfare levels affect farm economy and also possible implications at societal level,

KV - ProYoungStock

In modern dairy production, calf rearing with early separation from the mother is one of the practices that is most strongly questioned by consumers. There are different strategies for allowing

Super shedders of EHEC

Risk-factors for super-shedding of E. coli O157:H7 (VTEC O157) in cattle E. coli O157:H7 (VTEC O157), a major pathogen causing serious disease in humans, is transmitted from cattle that carry the

Improved udder health in large dairy herds

Evolutionary management systems in large dairy herds - a way to improve udder health The aim of this project is to optimize management decisions in large dairy herds by integrating systematic on-farm

Calf diarrhoea in Swedish dairy herds

Bovine calicivirus and calf diarrhoea in Swedish dairy herds Neonatal diarrhoeas are among the most important disease problems in young calves. In a large proportion of the cases, none of the common