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Volume 29, Supplement 1, September 2006

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PL01

Mechanisms of drug interactions

pp. 1-2(2)
Author: GARATTINI, S.

RT01

Veterinary education: teaching the unteachable

pp. 11-12(2)
Author: FINK-GREMMELS, J.

RT10

The lost art of dosing

pp. 22-22(1)
Author: HOLZHAUSER-ALBERTI, M. A.

RT09

Bayesian approaches in dosage selection

pp. 22-22(1)
Author: CONCORDET, D.

WS01

Basic mechanisms of resistance to antibiotics

pp. 23-23(1)
Author: STEFANI, S.

WS02

Antimicrobial resistance epidemiology

pp. 23-24(2)
Author: BYWATER, R.

WS07

Prudent use of fluoroquinolones in food-producing animals; a company perspective

pp. 30-31(2)
Authors: KLOSTERMANN, L.; DE JONG, A.; WERLING, H. O.

WS08

Analytical Methods: what is feasible nowadays? The state of the art

pp. 33-34(2)
Authors: VAN PETEGHEM, C.; VAN POUCKE, C.

WS09

Biosensor-based Methods: the instrumental link between biology and physics

pp. 35-35(1)
Authors: ELLIOTT, C. T.; BERGWERFF, A. A

WS10

Development of CALUX bioassay-based systems as instruments to detect hormones and contaminants

pp. 35-35(1)
Authors: BROUWER, A.; SONNEVELD, E.; STERK, S.; STEPHANY, R.; VAN DER BURG, B.

WS11

Comprehensive investigation of the transcriptome

pp. 36-37(2)
Authors: PINEAU, T.; LASSERRE, F.; EVEILLARD, A.; MSELLI-LAKHAL, L.; MARTIN, P. G. P.

WS15

EU promoted research towards zootechnical feed additives for the safe use in poultry production

pp. 44-44(1)
Authors: KLOSE, V.; PLAIL, R.; MOHNL, M.; SCHATZMAYR, G.

WS17

Natural alternatives to antibiotic growth promoters in Europe

pp. 45-46(2)
Authors: MONTESISSA, C.; CALINI, F.

A01

Concentrations of lymphocyte muscarinic receptors (MR), platelet α2-adrenoceptors (α2-AR) and blood monoamines in the ageing dog

pp. 51-52(2)
Authors: BADINO, P.; BARBERO, R.; CUNIBERTI, B.; ODORE, R.; OSELLA, M. C.; D'ANGELO, A.; GIRARDI, C.; RE, G.

A02

Effects of housing and short term transportation on hormonal levels and on lymphocyte glucocorticoid and -adrenergic receptor concentrations in beef calves

pp. 52-53(2)
Authors: ODORE, R.; BADINO, P.; GIRARDI, C.; BARBERO, R.; CUNIBERTI, B.; TARANTOLA, M.; RE, G.

A03

Effects of intravenous and transdermal fentanyl on immune responses in the dog

pp. 53-54(2)
Authors: LIVINGSTON, A.; GORDON, J.; ROBERTS, K.

A05

Development of calux bioassay-based systems as instruments to detect hormones and contaminants

pp. 55-56(2)
Authors: BROUWER, A.; SONNEVELD, E.; STERK, S.; STEPHANY, R.; VAN DER BURG, B.

A06

Evaluation of age–related cognitive impairment in pet dogs

pp. 56-56(1)
Authors: GHI, P.; OSELLA, M.C.; COLELLA, L.; DI BRISCO, F.; ORSETTI, M.

A07

Age-related increase of tau protein and modifications of egr-1 transcription factor in the canine brain

pp. 56-57(2)
Authors: DI BRISCO, F.; ORSETTI, M.; COLELLA, L.; GHI, P.

A08

Effects of human-animal interaction on the behaviour and saliva cortisol levels of dogs kept in an animal shelter long term

pp. 57-58(2)
Authors: BARBERO, R.; BADINO, P.; ODORE, R.; GIRARDI, C.; RE, G.; OZELLA, L.; OSELLA, M. C.; SAVARINO, P.; BERGAMASCO, L.

A09

Caffeine given to horses decreases the heart rate and shifts the lactate-effort curve to the left

pp. 58-58(1)
Authors: QUEIROZ-NETO, A.; FERRAZ, G. C.; LINARDI, R. L.; D'ANGELIS, F. H.; TEIXEIRA-NETO, A. R.; OROZCO, C. A. G.; LACERDA-NETO, J. C.

A10

Nitric oxide involvement in oestrous cycle-dependent changes of the behavioural responses of female rats in elevated plus-maze test

pp. 58-59(2)
Authors: SADEGHIPOUR, H. R.; RIAZI, K.; SADEGHIPOUR, H.; SOUFIABADI, M.; FALLAHI, N.; DEHPOUR, A. R.

KN07

Extra hepatic metabolism of xenobiotics, focusing on veterinary species

pp. 109-112(4)
Authors: TJÄLVE, H.; LARSSON, P.

D01

CYP3A and the allied co-factors NADPH-cytochrome P450 reductase and cytochrome b5 in the respiratory tissues in horse

pp. 114-115(2)
Authors: TYDÉN, E.; LARSSON, P.; OLSÉN, L.; TALLKVIST, J.; TJÄLVE, H.

D03

Catalytic, immunochemical and molecular characterization of xenobiotic-metabolising enzyme modulation by phenobarbital in the bovine liver

pp. 115-116(2)
Authors: CANTIELLO, M.; CARLETTI, M.; DACASTO, M.; CAPOLONGO, F.; GARDINI, G.; CASCIO, P.; MARTIN, P. G. P.; PINEAU, T.; NEBBIA, C.

D02

Influence of anthelmintic drugs on P-glycoprotein transport activity in mdr1-LLC-PK1 cells

pp. 115-115(1)
Authors: DUPUY, J.; LESPINE, A.; ALVINERIE, M.

D04

Expression of liver cytochrome P450 drug metabolizing enzymes in different meat cattle breeds

pp. 117-117(1)
Authors: GIANTIN, M.; CARLETTI, M.; CAPOLONGO, F.; NEBBIA, C.; DACASTO, M.

D05

Hepatic cytochrome P450-mediated metabolism of new fluorescent substrates in cats

pp. 117-118(2)
Authors: VAN BEUSEKOM, C. D.; SCHIPPER, L.; FINK-GREMMELS, J.

D06

Differences between ivermectin and moxidectin related to their affinities for multidrug resistance proteins (MRP1, 2 and 3)

pp. 118-119(2)
Authors: LESPINE, A.; DUPUY, J.; NAGY, T.; KRAJCSI, P.; ALVINERIE, M.

D07

Effect of fluoroquinolones on P-glycoprotein activity in chickens

pp. 119-119(1)
Authors: HARITOVA, A.; SCHRICKX, J.; FINK-GREMMELS, J.

D09

P-glycoprotein in the intestine, liver and kidney of the horse

pp. 120-121(2)
Authors: TYDÉN, E.; TJÄLVE, H.; TALLKVIST, J.; LARSSON, P.

D08

Ex vivo P-glycoprotein inhibition in porcine lymphocytes

pp. 120-120(1)
Authors: SCHRICKX, J. A.; FINK-GREMMELS, J.

D12

Enhanced albendazole sulphoxidative metabolism in triclabendazole-resistant liver flukes

pp. 123-123(1)
Authors: SOLANA, H.; VIRKEL, G.; RODRIGUEZ, J.; CERIANI, C.; MOTTIER, L.; ALVAREZ, L.; LANUSSE, C.

D13

In vitro metabolism of tramadol in horses: preliminary data

pp. 124-124(1)
Authors: GIORGI, M.; SACCOMANNI, G.; DANIELLO, M. R.; MANERA, C.; SOLDANI, G.; FERRARINI, P. L.; GIUSIANI, M.

D14

Inducibility of AHR-regulated genes by β-naphtoflavone in the liver, lung and heart of the pig

pp. 125-125(1)
Authors: CHIRULLI, V.; FIORIO, R.; BERTOCCHINI, S.; MARVASI, L.; LONGO, V.; GERVASI, P. G.

D15

Effects of acetylsalicylic acid administration on liver CYP1A, UGT and antioxidant enzymes in a rat model of dimethylbenzanthracene (DMBA)-induced mammary carcinogenesis

pp. 125-126(2)
Authors: NEBBIA, C.; SPACCAMIGLIO, A.; ABBADESSA, G.; RACCA, S.; CANTIELLO, M.; DACASTO, M.; CARLETTI, M.

D16

Influence of diets containing animal or plant sterols and a boldenone/boldione combination on liver drug metabolism in veal calves

pp. 126-127(2)
Authors: MERLANTI, R.; CARLETTI, M.; DE BONA, C.; CAPOLONGO, F.; NEBBIA, C.; POPPI, L.; DACASTO, M.; MONTESISSA, C.

D17

Uterine biotransformation of enrofloxacin in mares

pp. 127-128(2)
Authors: BRUNI, S. SÁNCHEZ; GONZÁLEZ, C.; MORENO, L.; FUMUSO, E.; SOLANA, H.; DAVID, O.; MORÁN, P.

G01

Glupamid: a novel nutraceutical approach to canine and feline osteoarthritis

pp. 202-203(2)
Authors: MIOLO, A.; BADINO, P.; BARBERO, R.; RE, G.

G02

Identification of functional TRPV1 vanilloid receptor in MCF-7 cells

pp. 203-204(2)
Authors: BARBERO, R.; BADINO, P.; CUNIBERTI, B.; MIOLO, A.; ODORE, R.; DI MARZO, V.; RE, G.

G03

Aliamides modulate skin mast cell degranulation in dogs and cats

pp. 204-205(2)
Authors: MIOLO, A.; RE, G.; BARBERO, R.; GIORGI, M.; LEOTTA, R.; AUXILIA, S.; NOLI, C.; ABRAMO, F.

G07

Bay 78-1887, a novel lanthanum-based phosphate binder, decreases intestinal phosphorus absorption in cats

pp. 206-207(2)
Authors: SCHMIDT, B.; DELPORT, P.; SPIECKER-HAUSER, U.

G05
pp. 206-206(1)

G09

Amino acid and fatty acid compositions of the aqueous extract of Channa striatus

pp. 208-209(2)
Authors: ZAKARIA, Z. A.; ARIFAH, A. K.; MAT JAIS, A. M.; SULAIMAN, M. R.; SOMCHIT, M. N.

G10

Effects of herbal extracts on blood prostaglandins, leukotrienes and thromboxanes in the horse: comparison with phenylbutazone

pp. 209-210(2)
Authors: VALLE, E.; BARBERO, R.; CUNIBERTI, B.; BERTUGLIA, A.; RE, G.; BERGERO, D.

SESSION H: PHARMACODYNAMICS
pp. 211-238(28)

SESSION I: PHARMACOKINETICS
pp. 239-279(41)

SESSION I: PHARMACOKINETICS
pp. 280-301(22)

KN18

Minor uses and minor species: the way forward

pp. 303-305(3)
Author: FRIIS, C.

J02

Sales figures 2004 for animal antimicrobials in Switzerland: data evaluation and perspectives for further years

pp. 306-307(2)
Authors: STUCKI, F.; MUENTENER, C.; DEMUTH, D.; TORRIANI, K.; GASSNER, B.; ZWAHLEN, R.

J01

A European collection of veterinary pathogens isolated from sick food producing animals prior to antimicrobial treatment

pp. 306-306(1)
Authors: THOMAS, V.; BYWATER, R.; CHATON-SCHAFFNER, M.; DEROOVER, E.; DE JONG, A.; KLEIN, U.; MARION, H.; SILLON, M.; STEGEMANN, M.; VALL, M.; WALTERS, J.

J03

CVMP reflection paper on the use of fluoroquinolones in food-producing animals

pp. 307-308(2)
Authors: UNGEMACH, F. R.; SANDERS, P.

J04

ATCvet-Code: a technical help for the regulated off-label use of veterinary drugs in Switzerland

pp. 308-308(1)
Authors: MUENTENER, C.; STUCKI, F.; DEMUTH, D.; GASSNER, B.; ALTHAUS, F.; ZWAHLEN, R.

J05

Introduction of the concept of the ‘Qualified Person’ in the context of on-farm production and application of medicated feed in Switzerland

pp. 309-309(1)
Authors: HERRLI, S.; GASSNER, B.; FLECHTNER, O.; SIDLER, X.; LUGINBÜHL, A.; KOCH, W.; ZWAHLEN, R.

J06

French monitoring programme for antimicrobial resistance in Escherichia coli and Enterococcus faecium in food animals from 1999–2004

pp. 309-310(2)
Authors: PERRIN-GUYOMARD, A.; GICQUEL-BRUNEAU, M.; LAURENTIE, M.; SANDERS, P.

J07

Antimicrobial breakpoints-an area for clarification

pp. 310-311(2)
Authors: SILLEY, P.; BYWATER, R.; SIMJEE, S.

J08

‘Fat-soluble’ status of pesticide residues in animal commodities

pp. 311-312(2)
Authors: REEVES, P. T.; BHULA, R.; MACLACHLAN, D. J.

AUTHOR INDEX
pp. 347-351(5)

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