Vet Med eBook Spotlight (December Update)

Greetings CVM,

For December we’re highlighting some new acquisitions to our eBook collection at Zalk Library. Please take a look!

Have a purchase recommendation? Feel free to email Rae!

 

 

 

 

 

BSAVA pocketbook for veterinary nurses

BSAVA Pocketbook for Veterinary Nurses / editor, Emma Gerrard

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The BSAVA Pocketbook for Veterinary Nurses offers quick access to key information on a wealth of procedures. In this second edition, editor Emma Gerrard has built on the excellent work of Louise O’Dwyer to reflect the expanding responsibilities of the profession whilst retaining handy features, such as emergency doses and a ruler on the inside covers. Notable additions include: Surgical and anaesthetic checklists, pain scales for dogs, cats and rabbits, dental recording charts, and PROTECT ME information on antimicrobial resistance.

 

Clostridial Diseases of Animals

 

Clostridial Diseases of Animals / [edited by] Francisco Alejandro Uzal, John Francis Prescott, J. Glenn Songer, Michel Robert Popoff

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Clostridial Diseases of Animals is the first book to focus on clostridial diseases in domestic and wild animals, offering a comprehensive reference on these common diseases.

 

 

Complications in Equine Surgery

 

Complications in Equine Surgery / edited by Luis M. Rubio-Martinez and Dean A. Hendrickson

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Complications in Equine Surgery offers evidence-based information on the description, prevention, recognition, management, consequences and prognosis of technical and post-procedural complications in equine surgery. The text uses a clear and practical approach organized by body system, with coverage including the gastrointestinal, respiratory, musculoskeletal, urogenital, and neurological systems. Each chapter also follows a similar format that includes a short introduction of the procedure, technical complications, and post-operative complications. General practitioners and specialists alike will find Complications in Equine Surgery a must-have resource to improve morbidity and mortality and increase surgical success.

 

Demystifying Dog Behaviour for the Veterinarian

 

Demystifying Dog Behaviour for the Veterinarian / Kendal Shepherd

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The behaviour textbook that’s been missing! – Dr Mandy Roshier, University of Nottingham, School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, UK This practical guide for busy veterinarians demystifies the apparently complex nature of canine behaviour while simultaneously emphasising its importance. Authored by acclaimed veterinary behaviour consultant Kendal Shepherd, the book provides practical knowledge of dog behaviour and an understanding of how to talk about it with clients. Shepherd shows how this can enhance the relationship between owner and pet and between dog and environment, including the vet surgery, as well as improve the vet’s own sense of fulfilment and enjoyment of practice. From a discussion on the true nature of obedience to stressing the importance of behavioural indicators when assessing pain and mental welfare and finally by reminding vets of their obligations under Dangerous Dogs legislation, the emphasis is on the prevention of aggression throughout. Packed with anecdotes drawn from real-life cases, easy to read and understand, the principles explained can be effortlessly assimilated into the average consultation without the need for lengthy report-writing.

 

Equine Hematology, Cytology and Clinical Chemistry

 

Equine hematology, cytology, and clinical chemistry / edited by Raquel M. Walton, Rick L. Cowell, Amy C. Valenciano

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Equine Clinical Pathology, Second Edition draws on the hematology and clinical chemistry information from the first edition and adds valuable cytopathology and hematology material from Diagnostic Cytology and Hematology of the Horse, making it a truly definitive reference to clinical pathology in equids. Thoroughly updated and expanded throughout, the Second Edition offers more images, more information, and new knowledge, particularly in the areas of bone marrow evaluation and cytopathology. This revised edition is a must-have purchase for anyone using hematology, cytology, and clinical chemistry in equine patients. Designed to present clear, concise, and clinically relevant information, the book is logically organized for easy reference. Chapters begin with lists of abbreviations, and images and tables support the text, with information summarized in text where possible for ease of use. Equine Clinical Pathology is a valuable resource for equine practitioners, clinical pathologists and residents, and veterinary students.

 

Saunders comprehensive veterinary dictionary

Saunders comprehensive veterinary dictionary / edited by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Kenneth W. Hinchcliff ; anatomical tables by John Grandage

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Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary, 5th Edition includes the veterinary technical and scientific words and phrases you might encounter in practice. With well over 60,000 main and subentries including large animals, small animals, and exotics, presented in a user-friendly format, the fifth edition continues its legacy as the most comprehensive dictionary reference in the veterinary field. Completely revised and updated for today’s veterinary team, it now includes an all-new companion Evolve site, which hosts an audio glossary of 1,200 common veterinary terms and an image collection featuring high-quality images from the book. The online site also includes printable appendices with essential reference information including conversion charts and blood groups of domestic animals. More than 60,000 main entries and subentries are included, making this the most comprehensive dictionary covering the whole range of veterinary medicine including large and small animals and exotic pets.

 

Veterinary arthroscopy for the small animal practitioner

 

Veterinary arthroscopy for the small animal practitioner / edited by Timothy C. McCarthy

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Arthroscopy provides more information about intra-articular pathology than any other diagnostic technique. The most important advantages of arthroscopy are visual access to more joint area, magnification produced by the telescopes and video systems, excellent illumination, and a clear visual field when continuous irrigation is employed. Arthroscopy is also minimally invasive; reduces trauma, shortens operative times, and decreases recovery times. The small sizes of telescopes available today allows placement into the deepest parts of joints and combined with angulation of the field of view, 30 degrees for most arthroscopes, provides visual access to more area of joints than can be achieved with open surgery. Arthroscopes magnify intra-articular structures allowing visualization of anatomical details and pathologic changes that are beyond the resolution of radiographs, CT, MRI or what can be seen with open surgery.

 

Zalk Library Thanksgiving Hours

Greetings, CVM!

Our hours will be different the week of Thanksgiving:

Thursday, November 25th: Closed.

Friday, November 26th: Closed.

Saturday, November 27th: Closed.

Sunday, November 28, Closed. 

 

Enjoy your week and we’ll see you when you get back!

University Libraries Hours

 

All the best,

Rae, Alex, and Allison

Recent CVM Publications (November 2021 update)

04 November 2021

Below are College of Veterinary Medicine publications added to the Scopus database in the last 30 days.

Congratulations to all the recently published authors!

Note: Access to the full text may be subject to library subscriptions.

Journal Articles 

Grisanti LA. Cardiomyocyte Na + /K + -ATPase-α2 overexpression confers protection in ischemic heart failure. American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 2021;321(4):H736-H7. doi: 10.1152/ajpheart.00505.2021.

Spinieli RL, Musa RB, Kielhofner J, Cornelius-Green J, Cummings KJ. Orexin contributes to eupnea within a critical period of postnatal development. American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 2021;321(4):R558-R71. doi: 10.1152/ajpregu.00156.2021.

Sanchez-Vargas I, Williams AE, Franz AWE, Olson KE. Intrathoracic inoculation of Zika virus in Aedes aegypti. Bio-protocol. 2021;11(18). doi: 10.21769/BioProtoc.4165.

Borkowski LF, Keilholz AN, Smith CL, Canda KA, Nichols NL. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (ketoprofen) delivery differentially impacts phrenic long-term facilitation in rats with motor neuron death induced by intrapleural CTB-SAP injections. Experimental Neurology. 2022;347. doi: 10.1016/j.expneurol.2021.113892.

Rosenfeld CS. Transcriptomics and Other Omics Approaches to Investigate Effects of Xenobiotics on the Placenta. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 2021;9. doi: 10.3389/fcell.2021.723656.

Huang W, Tang R, Li S, Zhang Y, Chen R, Gong L, et al. Involvement of Epidermis Cell Proliferation in Defense Against Beauveria bassiana Infection. Frontiers in Immunology. 2021;12. doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2021.741797.

Musser ML, Curran KM, Flesner BK, Johannes CM. A Retrospective Evaluation of Chemotherapy Overdoses in Dogs and Cats. Frontiers in Veterinary Science. 2021;8. doi: 10.3389/fvets.2021.718967.

Hansen JD, Ray K, Chen PJ, Yun S, Elliott DG, Conway CM, et al. Disruption of the Francisella noatunensis subsp. orientalis pdpA Gene Results in Virulence Attenuation and Protection in Zebrafish. Infection and Immunity. 2021;89(11). doi: 10.1128/IAI.00220-21.

Khalyfa A, Qiao Z, Raju M, Shyu CR, Coghill L, Ericsson A, et al. Monocarboxylate transporter-2 expression restricts tumor growth in a murine model of lung cancer: A multi-omic analysis. International Journal of Molecular Science. 2021;22(19). doi: 10.3390/ijms221910616.

Larsen LR, Baker PH, Enger KM, Moraes LE, Adkins PRF, Pempek JA, et al. Administration of internal teat sealant in primigravid dairy heifers at different times of gestation to prevent intramammary infections at calving. Journal of Dairy Science. 2021. doi: 10.3168/jds.2021-20819.

Sharma B, Soni D, Mohan RR, Sarkar D, Gupta R, Chauhan K, et al. Corticosteroids in the Management of Infectious Keratitis: A Concise Review. Journal of Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 2021;37(8):452-63. doi: 10.1089/jop.2021.0040.

Zhang C, Burch M, Wylie K, Herter B, Franklin CL, Ericsson AC. Characterization of the eukaryotic virome of mice from different sources. Microorganisms. 2021;9(10). doi: 10.3390/microorganisms9102064.

Mao J, Kinkade JA, Bivens NJ, Roberts RM, Rosenfeld CS. Placental Changes in the serotonin transporter (Slc6a4) knockout mouse suggest a role for serotonin in controlling nutrient acquisition: Placental Changes in Slc6a4 (SERT) KO Mice. Placenta. 2021;115:158-68. doi: 10.1016/j.placenta.2021.09.021.

D’Souza S, Nair AP, Sahu GR, Vaidya T, Shetty R, Khamar P, et al. Keratoconus patients exhibit a distinct ocular surface immune cell and inflammatory profile. Science Reports. 2021;11(1). doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-99805-9.

Domínguez-Ruiz M, Reinero CR, Vientos-Plotts A, Grobman ME, Silverstein D, Gomes E, et al. Association between respiratory clinical signs and respiratory localization in dogs and cats with abnormal breathing patterns. Veterinary Journal. 2021;277. doi: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2021.105761.

Domínguez-Ruiz M, Reinero CR, Vientos-Plotts A, Grobman ME, Silverstein D, Le Boedec K. Interclinician agreement on the recognition of selected respiratory clinical signs in dogs and cats with abnormal breathing patterns. Veterinary Journal. 2021;277. doi: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2021.105760.

 

The Zalk Veterinary Medical Library is always happy to highlight CVM Faculty Research!
Did we miss anything? Please let Rae know.

 

Vet Med e-Book Spotlight

Greetings CVM!

This month we’re highlighting some new acquisitions to our eBook collection at Zalk Library.

Please take a look at these new additions, as well as our September acquisitions here. You can use the drop-down menu to see previous month’s additions.

Have a purchase recommendation? Feel free to email Rae!

 

 

Advances in Animal Disease Diagnosis

 

Advances in Animal Disease Diagnosis / edited by Suresh Kumar Gahlawat, Ph.D., Sushila Maan, Ph.D.

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This book will explore some key opportunities in the context of animal health, such as the detection of new microorganisms and development of improved diagnosis of emerging or re-emerging diseases and other clinical conditions viz. biosensors, nanotools and omics technologies

 

 

 

Advancements and Technologies in Pig and Poultry Bacterial Disease

 

 

Advancements and Technologies in Pig and Poultry Bacterial Disease / edited by Neil Foster, Ilias Kyriazakis and Paul Barrow.

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Advancements and Technologies in Pig and Poultry Bacterial Disease Control provides the most up-to-date knowledge on the tools and technologies used in the economics, prevention, monitoring and control of the most important bacterial diseases in these two important livestock species. Written by international experts in veterinary medicine, veterinary science, agricultural economics and environmental monitoring, this book provides state-of-the-art information regarding the application of technology to the prevention and control of bacterial disease in pigs and poultry.

Atlas of the Pig Gut

 

Atlas of the Pig Gut : Research and Techniques From Birth to Adulthood / edited by Romuald Zabielski, Tomasz Skrzypek.

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Atlas of the Pig Gut: Research and Techniques from Birth to Adulthood examines the development of the gastrointestinal tract in swine. It focuses on changes occurring during the developmental phase, with an emphasis on the gut that is reflected in alterations of the intestinal mucosa architecture.

 

 

Backyard Poultry Medicine and Surgery : A Guide for Veterinary Practitioners

 

Backyard Poultry Medicine and Surgery : A Guide for Veterinary Practitioners / edited by Cheryl B. Greenacre, Teresa Y. Morishita.

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Offers a comprehensive guide to diagnosing and treating backyard poultry. Presents practical information on husbandry, medicine, and surgery.

 

 

 

 

Clinical Guide to Fish Medicine

 

Clinical Guide to Fish Medicine / edited by Catherine Hadfield, Leigh Clayton

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Using a practical, evidence-based approach, Clinical Guide to Fish Medicine begins with thorough coverage of taxonomy, anatomy and physiology, water quality, life support systems, performing clinical examinations, necropsy, anesthesia and analgesia, and medications. Subsequent sections cover presenting problems and diseases with information accessible by both clinical signs and diagnosed diseases, organized in alphabetical order.

 

 

Diagnostic Radiology in Small Animal Practice

 

Diagnostic radiology in small animal practice / edited and translated by Silke Hecht

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This reference book covers using digital radiology and medical imaging procedures such as ultrasound, MRI, and scintigraphy in veterinary practice. The approach is a step-by-step guide, with tips and techniques to ensure optimal X-rays and advice on how to improve radiation protection.

 

 

 

Essential Guide to Educational Supervision in Postgraduate Medical Education

 

Essential guide to educational supervision in postgraduate medical education / edited by Nicola Cooper, Kirsty Forrest.

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The world of postgraduate medical education is changing, and educational supervisors need the knowledge and skills to be able to do their job effectively. Many of those who want to do this job well feel unprepared for the task. Essential Guide to Educational Supervision is a handbook for educational supervisors everywhere. The topics covered are generic to medical education, whatever the specialty. Although the focus is on postgraduate medical education, many of the topics in this book are also applicable to undergraduates.

 

 

Essentials of Laboratory and Animal Science

 

Essentials of laboratory animal science : principles and practices / P. Nagarajan, Ramachandra Gudde, Ramesh Srinivasan, editors.

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This book comprehensively reviews the anatomy, physiology, genetics and pathology of laboratory animals as well as the principles and practices of using laboratory animals for biomedical research. It covers the design of buildings used for laboratory animals, quality control of laboratory animals, and toxicology, and discusses various animal models used for human diseases. It also highlights aspects, such as handling and restraint and administration of drugs, as well as breeding and feeding of laboratory animals, and provides guidelines for developing meaningful experiments using laboratory animals. Further, the book discusses various alternatives to animal experiments for drug and chemical testing, including their advantages over the current approaches. Lastly, it examines the potential effect of harmful pathogens on the physiology of laboratory animals and discusses the state of art in in vivo imaging techniques.

 

Ethics of Animal Use

 

Ethics of animal use / Peter Sandøe and Stine B. Christiansen ; foreword by Bernard E. Rollin.

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An interesting and accessible introduction to ethical issues raised by various forms of human use of animals. This textbook avoids moral lecturing and presents a range of ethical viewpoints without defending or applying any specific stance. Readers are encouraged and provoked to reflect for themselves, and to sharpen their own points of view regarding the ethical limits on our use of animals. They will also gain further understanding of the views held by other people.

 

 

Improving Dairy Herd Health

Improving dairy herd health / edited by Emile Bouchard.

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Increasing concern about over-reliance on antibiotics (resulting in antimicrobial resistance), as well as broader concerns about animal welfare, have put greater emphasis on preventative measures in maintaining the health of farm animals. Herd health management (HHM) programmes take a population approach based on quantitative epidemiology which makes it possible to assess disease risk and, as a result, prevent and manage diseases more effectively. Improving dairy herd health reviews key challenges in dairy herd health management, such as effective monitoring and diagnosis of infectious diseases, as well as recent developments in areas such as disease prevention and disease surveillance.

 

 

 

Laboratory Fish in Biomedical Research

 

Laboratory fish in biomedical research : biology, husbandry and research applications for zebrafish, medaka, killifish, swordtail fish, cavefish, stickleback, goldfish and Danionella translucida / edited by Livia d’Angelo, Paolo de Girolamo.

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Fish, particularly zebrafish, have become the fatest-growing segment of the research population. They offer several advantages in biology and applicable technologies and thus are employed in numerous research fields. Laboratory Fish in Biomedical Research: Biology, Husbandry and Research Applications for Zebrafish, Medaka, Killifish, Cavefish, Stickleback, Goldfish and Danionella translucida addresses the relevant, increasing need to collect cutting-edge knowledge on the most common freshwater species in terms of husbandry, maintenance, welfare, and experimental protocols under standard laboratory conditions. Key features: provides husbandry and management protocols, devices, and water systems; discusses strengths and weaknesses of breeding; explores potential scientific applications and experimental protocols of freshwater fish used the most in scientific endeavors.

 

Small Animal Surgical Nursing, 2017

 

Small animal surgical nursing : skills and concepts / Marianne Tear. (2017)

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With focused coverage of the veterinary technician’s specific role and responsibilities in small animal surgery, Small Animal Surgical Nursing, 3rd Edition helps you gain exceptional clinical competency. Topics include protocol, sterilization, gowning, gloving, anesthesia, wound management, and care of the animals before and after surgery.

 

 

The Veterinary Dental Patient: A Multidisciplinary Approach

The veterinary dental patient : a multidisciplinary approach / edited by Jerzy Gawor, Brook Niemiec.

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Veterinary dentistry is the field of dentistry applied to the care of animals. It is the art and science of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions, diseases, and disorders of the oral cavity, the maxillofacial region, and its associated structures as it relates to animals. Preventative care, and may dental procedures, can be carried out by general practitioners, rather than by being referred to a specialist. There is little coverage of dentistry in the veterinary degree, by many CE and CPD courses are available

Recent CVM Publications (October 2021 update)

04 October 2021

Below are College of Veterinary Medicine publications added to the Scopus database in the last 30 days.

Congratulations to all the recently published authors!

Note: Access to the full text may be subject to library subscriptions.

Journal Articles 

Tanner MA, Maitz CA, Grisanti LA. Immune cell b2-adrenergic receptors contribute to the development of heart failure. American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology. 2021;321(4):H633-H49. 10.1152/ajpheart.00243.2021

Backus RC, Foster LR. Investigation of the effects of dietary supplementation with 25-hydroxyvitamin d3 and vitamin d3 on indicators of vitamin d status in healthy dogs. American Journal of Veterinary Research. 2021;82(9):722-36. 10.2460/ajvr.82.9.722

Gerb SA, Dashek RJ, Ericsson AC, Griffin R, Franklin CL. The Effects of Ketamine on the Gut Microbiome on CD1 Mice. Comparative Medicine. 2021;71(4):295-301. 10.30802/AALAS-CM-20-000117

Allen LL, Nichols NL, Asa ZA, Emery AT, Ciesla MC, Santiago JV, et al. Phrenic motor neuron survival below cervical spinal cord hemisection. Experimental Neurology. 2021;346. 10.1016/j.expneurol.2021.113832

Enger BD, Middleton JR. Letter to the Editor: Comments on “mammary microbial dysbiosis leads to the zoonosis of bovine mastitis: A One-Health perspective” by Maity and Ambatipudi. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 2021;97(8). 10.1093/femsec/fiab076

Wang Y, Schatten H, Cui XS, Sun SC. Editorial: Quality Control of Mammalian Oocyte Meiotic Maturation: Causes, Molecular Mechanisms and Solutions. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 2021;9. 10.3389/fcell.2021.736331

Carlisle GK, Johnson RA, Koch CS, Lyons LA, Wang Z, Bibbo J, et al. Exploratory Study of Fecal Cortisol, Weight, and Behavior as Measures of Stress and Welfare in Shelter Cats During Assimilation Into Families of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder. Frontiers in Veterinary Science. 2021;8. 10.3389/fvets.2021.643803

Gonzalez JA, Histed AR, Nowak E, Lange D, Craig SE, Parker CG, et al. Impact of bisphenol-A and synthetic estradiol on brain, behavior, gonads and sex hormones in a sexually labile coral reef fish. Hormones and Behavior. 2021;136. 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2021.105043

Bellrichard M, Snider C, Kuroki K, Brockman J, Grant DA, Grant SA. The use of gold nanoparticles in improving ACL graft performance in an ovine model. Journal of Biomaterials Applications. 2021. 10.1177/08853282211039179

Clark TD, Cummings KJ, Schultz TJ. An exposé of Frappellian Motion. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology. 2021. 10.1007/s00360-021-01404-7

Borkowski LF, Smith CL, Keilholz AN, Nichols NL. Divergent receptor utilization is necessary for phrenic long-term facilitation over the course of motor neuron loss following CTB-SAP intrapleural injections. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2021;126(3):709-22. 10.1152/jn.00236.2021

Reising AJ, Donnelly LL, Flesner BK, Maitz CA, Bryan JN. Solitary osseous plasmacytomas in dogs: 13 cases (2004–2019). Journal of Small Animal Practice. 2021. 10.1111/jsap.13411

Middleton JR, Getchell RG, Flesner BK, Hess WJ, Johnson PJ, Scarfe AD, et al. Considerations related to the use of molecular diagnostic tests in veterinary clinical and regulatory practice. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 2021;259(6):590-5. 10.2460/javma.259.6.590

Le Boedec K, Lebastard M, Howes M, Joslyn S, Matheson JS, O’Brien RT. Response to letter regarding “Evaluation of bronchial narrowing in coughing dogs with heart murmurs using computed tomography”. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 2021. 10.1111/jvim.16265

Peralta S, Duhamel GE, Katt WP, Heikinheimo K, Miller AD, Ahmed F, et al. Comparative transcriptional profiling of canine acanthomatous ameloblastoma and homology with human ameloblastoma. Scientific Reports. 2021;11(1). 10.1038/s41598-021-97430-0

Lyons LA. Cats – telomere to telomere and nose to tail. Trends in Genetics. 2021;37(10):865-7. 10.1016/j.tig.2021.06.001

Coleman MJ, Selmic LE, Samuelson JP, Jennings R, Huang PC, McLaughlin EM, et al. Diagnostic accuracy of optical coherence tomography for surgical margin assessment of feline injection-site sarcoma. Veterinary and Comparative Oncology. 2021. 10.1111/vco.12766

St. Jean SC, Jortner BS, Doan RN, Dindot SV, Johnson GS, Bullock G, et al. Pathologic characterization of canine multiple system degeneration in the Ibizan hound. Veterinary Pathology. 2021. 10.1177/03009858211043088

 

The Zalk Veterinary Medical Library is always happy to highlight CVM Faculty Research!
Did we miss anything? Please let Rae know.

Recent CVM Publications (September 2021 update)

07 September 2021

Below are College of Veterinary Medicine publications added to the Scopus database in the last 30 days.

Congratulations to all the recently published authors!

Note: Access to the full text may be subject to library subscriptions.

Journal Articles

Schatten H. Preface. Advances in Experimental Medicine Biology 2021. p. v-vi.https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85112735219&partnerID=40&md5=677b655b31d3240462c4128adc0b5f06

Kamyingkird K, Jiyipong T, Amavisit P, Stich RW, Jittapalapong S. Molecular detection of Mycoplasma haemofelis, ‘Candidatus Mycoplasma haemominutum’ and ‘Candidatus Mycoplasma turicensis’ of stray cats residing in Bangkok monasteries, Thailand. Agriculture and Natural Resources. 2021;55(3):423-30. doi: 10.34044/j.anres.2021.55.3.12.

Fernández-Parra R, Pey P, Reinero C, Malvè M. Salbutamol transport and deposition in the upper and lower airway with different devices in cats: A computational fluid dynamics approach. Animals. 2021;11(8). doi: 10.3390/ani11082431.

Martin RE, Green MT, Kinkade JA, Schmidt RR, Willemse TE, Schenk AK, et al. Maternal oxycodone treatment results in neurobehavioral disruptions in mice offspring. eNeuro. 2021;8(4). doi: 10.1523/ENEURO.0150-21.2021; PMCID: 34312305.

Means K, Townsend K, Johnson P. Multicavitary septic effusions associated with actinobacillosis in an adult Tennessee Walking Horse with weight loss. Equine Veterinary Education. 2021. doi: 10.1111/eve.13549.

Pauling CD, Finke DL, Anderson DM. Interrelationship of soil moisture and temperature to sylvatic plague cycle among prairie dogs in the Western United States. Integrative Zoology. 2021. doi: 10.1111/1749-4877.12567.

Kannan SR, Spratt AN, Cohen AR, Naqvi SH, Chand HS, Quinn TP, et al. Evolutionary analysis of the Delta and Delta Plus variants of the SARS-CoV-2 viruses. Journal of Autoimmunity. 2021;124. doi: 10.1016/j.jaut.2021.102715.

Hermanas TM, Subramanian S, Dann Iii CE, Stewart GC. Spore-associated proteins involved in c-di-gmp synthesis and degradation of bacillus anthracis. Journal of Bacteriology. 2021;203(17). doi: 10.1128/JB.00135-21; PMCID: 34096779.

Borkowski LF, Smith CL, Keilholz AN, Nichols NL. Divergent receptor utilization is necessary for phrenic long-term facilitation over the course of motor neuron loss following CTB-SAP intrapleural injections. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2021;126(3):709-22. doi: 10.1152/jn.00236.2021; PMCID: 34288779.

Han HJ, Mann FA, Yoon HY. Parotid Duct Ectasia in a Dog. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association. 2020;56(1):48-52. doi: 10.5326/JAAHA-MS-6753; PMCID: 31715117.

McKenzie EC, Guerra JC, Middleton JR, Kim DY, Williams F, III, Garcia TM, et al. Black oil sunflower seed ingestion associated with renal azotemia, gastroesophageal ulceration, and a high mortality rate in four alpacas and two llamas. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 2021;259(4):406-14. doi: 10.2460/javma.259.4.406; PMCID: 34337963.

Warang A, Zhang M, Zhang S, Shen Z. A panel of real-time PCR assays for the detection of Bourbon virus, Heartland virus, West Nile virus, and Trypanosoma cruzi in major disease–transmitting vectors. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. 2021. doi: 10.1177/10406387211039549.

Lewis MJ, Shomper JL, Williamson BG, Vansteenkiste DP, Bibi KF, Lim SHY, et al. Brain diffusion tensor imaging in dogs with degenerative myelopathy. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 2021. doi: 10.1111/jvim.16248.

Paul LJ, Ericsson AC, Andrews FM, Keowen ML, Morales Yniguez F, Garza F, Jr., et al. Gastric microbiome in horses with and without equine glandular gastric disease. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 2021. doi: 10.1111/jvim.16241.

Amos-Landgraf J, Franklin C, Godfrey V, Grieder F, Grimsrud K, Korf I, et al. The Mutant Mouse Resource and Research Center (MMRRC): the NIH-supported National Public Repository and Distribution Archive of Mutant Mouse Models in the USA. Mammalian Genome. 2021. doi: 10.1007/s00335-021-09894-0.

McAdams Z, Gustafson K, Ericsson A. The effect of common viral inactivation techniques on 16S rRNA amplicon-based analysis of the gut microbiota. Microorganisms. 2021;9(8). doi: 10.3390/microorganisms9081755.

Pongprayoon P, Kaewhom P, Kaewmongkol S, Suwan E, Stich RW, Wiriya B, et al. Structural dynamics of Rhipicephalus microplus serpin-3. Moleclar Simulation. 2021. doi: 10.1080/08927022.2021.1962011.

Mao X, Kelty TJ, Kerr NR, Childs TE, Roberts MD, Booth FW. Creatine supplementation upregulates mTORC1 signaling and markers of synaptic plasticity in the dentate gyrus while ameliorating LPS-induced cognitive impairment in female rats. Nutrients. 2021;13(8). doi: 10.3390/nu13082758.

Tang R, Huang W, Guan J, Liu Q, Beerntsen BT, Ling E. Drosophila H2Av negatively regulates the activity of the IMD pathway via facilitating Relish SUMOylation. PLoS Genetics. 2021;17(8). doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1009718.

Raghavan RK, Koestel Z, Ierardi R, Peterson AT, Cobos ME. Climatic suitability of the eastern paralysis tick, Ixodes holocyclus, and its likely geographic distribution in the year 2050. Scientific Reports. 2021;11(1). doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-94793-2; PMCID: 34321572.

Gupta S, Sinha NR, Martin LM, Keele LM, Sinha PR, Rodier JT, et al. Long-term safety and tolerability of BMP7 and HGF gene overexpression in rabbit cornea. Translational Vision Science and Technology. 2021;10(10). doi: 10.1167/tvst.10.10.6.

Mohan RR, Balne PK, Muayad MS, Tripathi R, Sinha NR, Gupta S, et al. Six-month in vivo safety profiling of topical ocular AVV5–decorin gene transfer. Translational Vision Science and Technology. 2021;10(10). doi: 10.1167/tvst.10.10.5.

Sterman A, Butler JR, Chambers A, Dickson R, Dornbusch J, Mickelson M, et al. Post-operative complications following apocrine gland anal sac adenocarcinoma resection in dogs. Veterinary and Comparative Oncology. 2021. doi: 10.1111/vco.12748; PMCID: 34173318.

Pacholec C, Lisciandro GR, Masseau I, Donnelly L, DeClue A, Reinero CR. Lung ultrasound nodule sign for detection of pulmonary nodule lesions in dogs: Comparison to thoracic radiography using computed tomography as the criterion standard. Veterinary Journal. 2021;275. doi: 10.1016/j.tvjl.2021.105727.

 

The Zalk Veterinary Medical Library is always happy to highlight CVM Faculty Research!
Did we miss anything? Please let Rae know.

Zalk Library Staffing Changes

Hellos

Hello to Alex Boeckman! Alex is the Senior Library Information Specialist at Zalk Library. She’s your point person for circulation, InterLibrary Loan, and course reserves. Alex is a graduate of UMSL and has worked in the St. Charles City-County Library District and the Jefferson Middle School media center. Welcome, Alex!

Hello and Welcome Back to Rae Thudium! Rae is serving as the interim Head of Zalk Library while there is a national search for my replacement. Rae has her Master’s of Library & Information Science from Mizzou. As many of you know, Rae served as the interim Executive Assistant for Dean Henry during COVID. Her library experience includes stints at Ellis Library, the University Archives, and Daniel Boone Regional Library. Rae is your point person for reference, instruction, and scholarly communication issues.

Please help me welcome Alex and Rae to their new roles!

You can get in touch with Team Zalk 2.0 via vetlib@missouri.edu

And a Goodbye from Kate

I will be leaving Mizzou at the end of July and relocating to New York City. It’s been the joy of my career to be your librarian for the last sixteen years. And, as the head of the library for the past nine, it’s been an honor to be a part of CVM’s mission to advance human and animal health. Thank you is not enough, but thank you.

M – I – Z – N – Y – C!

Zalk Library Updates

Update: 1 June 2021

Zalk Library is starting to implement the new MU Safety Recommendations

We will rearrange the chairs after the end of the current IP.

  • The Library is staffed Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (approximately).
  • After-hours access for CVM Affiliates is available via card reader. If you have card access to the Vet Med Bldg, you have card access to the library. All the rules and regs that apply during the day apply after hours.
  • Face Coverings Recommended based on vaccination status.
  • Covered Drinks & Snacks Allowed. Keep it clean! No meals or messy food. We reserve the right to ask you to eat items down in the Dogwood Cafe.
  • Quiet Study 24/7. Respect your classmate’s need for a quiet area. Take and make calls outside the library.
  • Service Animals Only. No pets.
  • Be Kind to One Another! As we transition a new world of optional face coverings and no distancing rules, be kind to one another. It’s an adjustment for all of us!

As always, Team Zalk is here for you!

Need an article from our print collection? Make a request through FindIt@MU or email us at vetlib@missouri.edu

Need a book chapter for your students? Email us at vetlib@missouri.edu

Ways to contact us:

And, of course, our electronic resources are already online through the Zalk Library website.

How to access our online resources:

  • Use the links on the Zalk Library home page or from any Libraries page. These links have all been “proxied,” so when you hit a subscribed resource, you’ll be asked to log-in with your SSO.
  • Use the Journal Finder to get to specific journal titles. The Journal Finder will let you know which years are available electronically.
  • We have a ton of ebooks!
  • Really just want PubMed? Bookmark the “MU” PubMed link to be connected to the FindIt@MU information.
  • Set your Google Scholar settings to show the FindIt@MU link for easy off-campus access to journal articles
  • Use VPN
  • More information on Off-campus Access to Library Resources
  • Note: many libraries around the country still have limited access to their collections and/or have changed their lending policies. You may experience delays with requests from other libraries.

(Still) All in This Together!

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Antiracist Reading List: Ebooks Available at Mizzou Libraries

Not sure where to start? Here are a few books that can help you be more than “not racist.”

Mizzou students, staff, and faculty can access these ebooks using the links. If you have a Daniel Boone Regional Library library card, you can check out the titles featured in the Daniel Boone Regional Libraries’ list of antiracist recommendations.

We have many more books available in print, and starting in July, you can place a copy on hold to pick up using our curbside service.

Racism

Education and Racism

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Taira Meadowcroft

Taira Meadowcroft is a Health Sciences Librarian at the University of Missouri. She focuses on quality improvement, reference, and marketing for the University of Missouri Libraries.

The New PubMed Is Here!

New PubMed becomes the default in mid-May.

Highlights of New PubMed include:

  • Ability to cite references quickly in your preferred citation style format (AMA, APA, NLM, or MLA)
  • Best Match sorting algorithm that brings the most relevant results to the top of your search results
    • You can change the Sort Order in the Display Options
  • Better searching capabilities on your mobile device with a consistent look throughout all devices
  • Better at finding synonyms and accounting for British/American spelling differences

New PubMed still includes the features you rely on for searching, as well as saving and sharing your results:

  • Save your search results to a file, email your results to yourself or a colleague, or send your results to a clipboard, collection, or your NCBI My Bibliography
  • Advanced search page to search for terms in a specific field, see the search details, review your search history and combine searches to create complex search strings
  • Save your search and create an email alert. Any saved searches and settings you previously created should be transferred automatically.

The National Library of Medicine has created a page with links to PubMed tutorials and handouts.

Not quite ready to make the switch? Legacy PubMed is still available…but it will be retired soon.

Questions? Ask Kate