7 datasets for Journal of Equine Veterinary Science
Data for: Conspicuity equipment and its contribution to the welfare of horse and rider combinations using the road system in the United Kingdom
Contributors: Rose Scofield, Emma Briggs, Simon Scofield
Contributors: Miguel Quaresma, Belén Leiva, Severiano Silva, Daniel Bacellar
... Dataset for determination of a formula of Live Weight of Miranda Donkeys baseb on Heart Girth
Contributors: Robert Causey, Anna Richard, Alec Toothaker, Martin Stokes, Chelsie Oldfield, Melissa Hawkes
... Note: Dates displayed on video recordings (May 2016) do not match when the study was performed (July, August 2017). extendedview_appendedvideo.mp4 This is an extended video segment which includes all of the particles deposited on the cervix of the mare in vivo (1-5 um green microspheres, 70 um green microspheres, 50 um bichromal microspheres, and carbon). At 45 s into the video movement represented in Figure 5 can be observed. The particle is in the top right of the screen, just below the magnification marker. The particle moves abruptly to the right, but with a slight back ward (to the left) movement of the top surface of the microsphere. This movement was predicted prior to the study as evidence supportive of mucociliary propulsion from below, but in this video recording is too limited to constitute proof. Erythrocytes moving through capillaries can be seen, from 59 s, and with most clarity at 1 m in 20 s. Figure_4_appendedvideo Shows a flash of light from the particle circled in Figure 4. This is interpreted as the particle distorting the meniscus, possibly as a result of rotation. Figure_7_appendedvideo Fluid movement can be seen through small vessels in the upper left quadrant of the black box. Figure_8_appendedvideo Particles observed within the two boxes may be seen to be progressing independently. The green polyethylene microspheres (blue box in Figure 5) move convincingly to the lower right of the field. The carbon particles in the red box in Figure 5 are static or moving very slowly to the upper left. Note: Dates displayed on video recordings (May 2016) do not match when the study was performed (July, August 2017).
Contributors: carlos gradil, Allison Schwarz, Cassandra Urcchio
... Table: 6. IUD Study: Histopathological evaluation of uterine biopsy
Data for: USE OF A 2.5% POLYACRYLAMIDE HYDROGEL IN THE MANAGEMENT OF JOINT LAMENESS IN A POPULATION OF FLAT RACING THOROUGHBREDS: A PILOT STUDY
Contributors: Leigh de Clifford, Charlotte Bolwell, Florent David, Jason Lowe, Campbell McKellar
... Data set provides horse identification, sex and age of horse, joint involved, radiological score at time of administration, lameness grades at 0, 1, 4, 12 and 26 weeks, previous intra-articular treatments, joint effusion grades, range of motion of affected joints and statistical analysis of data set.
Data for: Global epidemiological analysis of prevalence and risk factors associated with the deep digital flexor tendinopathy in the equine distal limb: 100 cases
Contributors: Melania Ioana CRISAN, Laura Stefanut, Aurel Damian, Cristian Dezdrobitu, Daniela Neagu, Jean-Marie Denoix
... This document describes the: age, sportive activity, breed and gender of all the horses diagnosed with distal deep digital flexor tendinopathy and also for the entire population of horses consulted in the same time interval.
Data for: Prevalence of the Glycogen Branching Enzyme Deficiency mutation in Quarter horses in Brazil.
Contributors: Alexandre Secorun Borges, César Araújo, Diego José Delfiol, José Oliveira-Filho, Peres Badial, João Araujo Jr.
... FIGURE 1- Photography of agarose gel after electrophoresis with GBED-267bp product. Well 1- LowRanger 100 pb DNA ladder, Wells 2-7 (samples), Well 8-Negative Control. FIGURE 2- Electropherograms and GBE1gene sequences of nucleotides. Homozygous with a single peak of Cytosine (blue arrow) and a heterozygotic with a double peak of Cytosine and Adenine (red arrow).