Scientific Papers published on Plasvacc products
Research in Veterinary Science
Effects of hyperimmune equine plasma on clinical and cellular responses in a low-dose endotoxaemia model in horses. G. Forbes, S. Church, C.J. Savage, S.R. Bailey. University of Melbourne Equine Centre Australia.
“The effect of equine hyperimmune sera on TNFα activity in a L929 cell bioassay”
M Kotiw, C Raghaven, M Johnson, IA Shiels and RP Wilson – Proceedings Equine Science Symposium, Volume 1, 2006, pp 22-23.
Evaluation of equine immunoglobulin specific for Rhodococcus equi virulence-associated proteins A and C for use in protecting foals against Rhodococcus equi-induced pneumonia.
K.E. Hooper-McGrevy, S. Giguere, B.N. Wilkie, J.F. Prescott. AJVR, Vol 62, No. 8, August 2001.
Prognostic value of clinicopathological variables obtained at admission and effect of antiendotoxin plasma on survival in septic and critically ill foals.
S.F. Peek, S. Semrad, S.M. McGuirk, A. Riseberg, J.A. Slack, F. Marques, D. Coombs, L. Lien, N. Keuler, B.J. Darien. J Vet Intern Med. 20: 569-574. 2006.
Sepsis Conference Paper
In vitro and in vivo determination of antiTNFα activity in canine plasma from donors subject to preconditioning with endotoxin. M Kotiw, M Morgan, J Lopez, SM Taylor, IA Shiels. Poster presented at the Sepsis Conference, Paris, September 2007.
“In vitro effect of canine hyperimmune sera on TNFα activity”
M Kotiw, IA Shiels, RP Wilson and L Reeve-Johnson – Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2006 29 (Suppl 1), 89-108.
“In vitro and in vivo determination of anti-TNFα activity in canine plasma from donors subject to preconditioning with endotoxin”
M Kotiw, M Morgan, J Lopez, S Taylor and IA Shiels – Critical Care 2007, Volume 11 (Suppl 4):p23 – From Sepsis 2007, Paris France. 26-29 September 2007.
Clinical Evaluation of a Commercial Hyperimmune Plasma Product in Dogs with Parvoviral Enteritis (Abstract ID02)
ACVIM 2018. Rachel Acciacca; Lauren Sullivan; Tracy Webb; Valerie Johnson; Steven Dow. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA; Department of Clinical Sciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA
“ACVIM Blood Typing in Canine”
Comparison of gel column, card and cartridge techniques for DEA1.1 blood typing of dogs. M Seth, S Winzelberg, KV Jackson, U Giger. Presented as a poster at the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine conference.
“ACVIM Blood Typing in Feline”
Comparison of gel column, card, cartridge, slide and tube techniques for AB blood typing of cats. M Seth, KV Jackson, U Giger. Presented as a poster at the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine conference.