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  • The Development of a Hoof Conformation Assessment for Use in Dairy Goats. [Journal Article]
    Animals (Basel) 2019; 9(11)Deeming LE, Beausoleil NJ, … Zobel G
  • The assessment of hoof conformation is important due to its recognized relationship with the biomechanical functionality of the hoof. Hoof conformation can be assessed using objective measures or subjective scores. However, to date, there are limited data using either method in dairy goats. Therefore, the aims were to (1) develop a reliable method of assessing hoof conformation in dairy goats, an…
  • Cell-Wall Hydrolases as Antimicrobials against Staphylococcus Species: Focus on Sle1. [Journal Article]
    Microorganisms 2019; 7(11)Vermassen A, Talon R, … Leroy S
  • Some staphylococcal species are opportunistic pathogens of humans and/or animals with Staphylococcus epidermidis as one of the most important. It causes a broad spectrum of diseases in humans and animals. This species is able to form biofilms and has developed antibiotic resistance, which has motivated research on new antibacterial agents. Cell-wall hydrolases (CWHs) can constitute a potential al…
  • Reprogramming of retrotransposon activity during speciation of the genus Citrus. [Journal Article]
    Genome Biol Evol 2019Borredá C, Pérez-Román E, … Talon M
  • Speciation of the genus Citrus from a common ancestor has recently been established to begin approximately 8 Mya during the late Miocene, a period of major climatic alterations. Here, we report the changes in activity of Citrus LTR retrotransposons during the process of diversification that gave rise to the current Citrus species. To reach this goal, we analyzed four pure species that diverged ea…
  • Histological and developmental insights into the herbivorous dentition of tapinocephalid therapsids. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(10):e0223860Whitney MR, Sidor CA
  • Tapinocephalids were one of the earliest therapsid clades to evolve herbivory. In acquiring derived tooth-to-tooth occlusion by means of an exaggerated heel and talon crown morphology, members of this family have long been considered herbivorous, yet little work has been done to describe their dentition. Given the early occurrence of this clade and their acquisition of a dentition with several de…
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