9 Works

Additional file 1 of Tissue S100/calgranulin expression and blood neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) in dogs with lower urinary tract urothelial carcinoma

Jana Weinekötter, Corinne Gurtner, Martina Protschka, Wolf von Bomhard, Denny Böttcher, Annika Schlinke, Gottfried Alber, Sarah Rösch, Joerg M. Steiner, Johannes Seeger, Gerhard U. Oechtering & Romy M. Heilmann
Additional file 1: Supplementary Table 1. Overview of the patient demographic, treatment, outcome, and study participation information for the dogs in-cluded in the study (n=55).

Additional file 4 of Modulation of the porcine intestinal microbiota in the course of Ascaris suum infection

Andrea Springer, Liane Wagner, Sarina Koehler, Stefanie Klinger, Gerhard Breves, Dagmar A. Brüggemann & Christina Strube
Additional file 4. Heatmap of differentially abundant species in the (A) ileum and (B) caecum and colon of A. suum-infected pigs compared with a non-infected control group, as determined by DESeq2 analysis. Only differences with Benjamini–Hochberg-adjusted P-values ≤ 0.01 are shown as coloured tiles.

Additional file 3 of Modulation of the porcine intestinal microbiota in the course of Ascaris suum infection

Andrea Springer, Liane Wagner, Sarina Koehler, Stefanie Klinger, Gerhard Breves, Dagmar A. Brüggemann & Christina Strube
Additional file 3. Results of PERMANOVAs testing the effect of each A. suum experimental group vs the control group on the microbiota composition in ingesta samples from the ileum, caecum and colon on days 21, 35 and 49 p.i. Analyses were based on OTU-level Jensen–Shannon distance values.

Additional file 1 of Modulation of the porcine intestinal microbiota in the course of Ascaris suum infection

Andrea Springer, Liane Wagner, Sarina Koehler, Stefanie Klinger, Gerhard Breves, Dagmar A. Brüggemann & Christina Strube
Additional file 1. Results of PERMANOVA for each day p.i. testing the effect of the A. suum experimental group (single-infection, trickle-infection, non-infected control) on microbiota composition in porcine faecal samples, based on Jensen–Shannon distances. Significant P-values are printed in bold.

Bacterial surface counts and visually assessed cleanliness of carcasses from hunted roe deer (Capreolus capreolus)

P. Paulsen, F.J.M. Smulders, E. Kukleci & A. Tichy
We determined bacterial numbers on the surfaces of the body cavities of 352 hunted roe deer and related them to the location of shot wounds, visually assessed cleanliness of body cavities and time from evisceration to sampling, which coincided with time of carcass processing. Body cavities were swabbed with sterile sponges and Total Aerobic Counts and counts of Enterobacteriaceae determined by cultural microbiology (most-probable-number methods); the presence/absence of the pathogenic bacteria Salmonella sp. and Listeria...

Additional file 1 of Modulation of the porcine intestinal microbiota in the course of Ascaris suum infection

Andrea Springer, Liane Wagner, Sarina Koehler, Stefanie Klinger, Gerhard Breves, Dagmar A. Brüggemann & Christina Strube
Additional file 1. Results of PERMANOVA for each day p.i. testing the effect of the A. suum experimental group (single-infection, trickle-infection, non-infected control) on microbiota composition in porcine faecal samples, based on Jensen–Shannon distances. Significant P-values are printed in bold.

Additional file 3 of Modulation of the porcine intestinal microbiota in the course of Ascaris suum infection

Andrea Springer, Liane Wagner, Sarina Koehler, Stefanie Klinger, Gerhard Breves, Dagmar A. Brüggemann & Christina Strube
Additional file 3. Results of PERMANOVAs testing the effect of each A. suum experimental group vs the control group on the microbiota composition in ingesta samples from the ileum, caecum and colon on days 21, 35 and 49 p.i. Analyses were based on OTU-level Jensen–Shannon distance values.

Additional file 4 of Modulation of the porcine intestinal microbiota in the course of Ascaris suum infection

Andrea Springer, Liane Wagner, Sarina Koehler, Stefanie Klinger, Gerhard Breves, Dagmar A. Brüggemann & Christina Strube
Additional file 4. Heatmap of differentially abundant species in the (A) ileum and (B) caecum and colon of A. suum-infected pigs compared with a non-infected control group, as determined by DESeq2 analysis. Only differences with Benjamini–Hochberg-adjusted P-values ≤ 0.01 are shown as coloured tiles.

Additional file 1 of Tissue S100/calgranulin expression and blood neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) in dogs with lower urinary tract urothelial carcinoma

Jana Weinekötter, Corinne Gurtner, Martina Protschka, Wolf von Bomhard, Denny Böttcher, Annika Schlinke, Gottfried Alber, Sarah Rösch, Joerg M. Steiner, Johannes Seeger, Gerhard U. Oechtering & Romy M. Heilmann
Additional file 1: Supplementary Table 1. Overview of the patient demographic, treatment, outcome, and study participation information for the dogs in-cluded in the study (n=55).

Registration Year

  • 2022
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Affiliations

  • University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation
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  • Max Rubner Institut
    6
  • Texas A&M University
    2
  • University of Bern
    2
  • Leipzig University
    2
  • University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna
    1