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From:NeuroQuantology: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Neuroscience and Quantum Physics (Vol. 20, Issue 11) Peer-ReviewedCorporate Social Behavior is essential for a employees and firm' health. Human capital is an immaterial potential asset of a firm. This Study investigates the impact of Corporate Social Behavior on firm health the...
From:Veterinary World (Vol. 15, Issue 7)Background and Aim: Clostridium perfringens type A is an anaerobic bacterium that produces four major toxins (alpha, beta, epsilon, and iota) that cause various diseases. Most of the important C. perfringens-associated...
From:Veterinary World (Vol. 14, Issue 8)Background and Aim: Diagnosis of fascioliasis depends on clinical symptoms and routine laboratory tests. Recently, antibodies and circulating antigens of Fasciola were used for detecting active infections. Therefore,...
From:Veterinary World (Vol. 13, Issue 8)Background and Aim: The beta toxin is causing the most severe Clostridium perfringens-related diseases. This work was dedicated to developing a vaccine against beta toxin using C. perfringens type C (NCTC 3180)....
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