ASSOCIATIONS OF BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES AND MATERNAL TRAITS WITH MUTATION 1843 (C>T) IN THE RYR1 GENE AS A COMMON CAUSE FOR PORCINE STRESS SYNDROME
Popovski ZT, Tanaskovska B, Miskoska-Milevska E, Andonov S, Domazetovska S
*Corresponding Author: Professor Zoran T. Popovski, Ph.D., Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences, Bld “Aleksandar Makedonski,” bb PB 297, 1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. Tel: +389-70-252-731. Fax: +389-2-3134-310. E-mail: zoran_popovski@yahoo.com
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