Funded Projects

  • 1. The significance of studying phospholipids and fatty acid composition in the diagnosis and control of equine hyperlipaemia
  • 2. Some pharmacotoxic aspects of ivermectin injectable formulation in donkeys (Equus asinus).
  • 3. Evaluation of some selected intravenous anaesthetic protocols for use in donkeys
  • Comparative efficacy, persistent effect, and treatment intervals of anthelmintics in naturally infected donkeys
  • o The significance of studying phospholipids and fatty acid composition in the diagnosis and control of equine hyperlipaemia
  • Some pharmacotoxic aspects of ivermectin injectable formulation in donkeys (Equus asinus)
  • Evaluation of some selected intravenous anaesthetic protocols for use in donkeys
  • o Comparative efficacy, persistent effect, and treatment intervals of anthelmintics in naturally infected donkeys
  • o The significance of studying phospholipids and fatty acid composition in the diagnosis and control of equine hyperlipaemia
  • o Some pharmacotoxic aspects of ivermectin injectable formulation in donkeys (Equus asinus).
  • o Evaluation of some selected intravenous anaesthetic protocols for use in donkeys
  • o Comparative efficacy, persistent effect, and treatment intervals of anthelmintics in naturally infected donkeys

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