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Monitoring stress hormone metabolites as a useful, non-invasive tool for welfare assessment in farm animals

By R. Palme

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2012
Publication Title Animal Welfare
Volume 21
Issue 3
Pages 331-337
ISBN/ISSN 0962-7286
Language English
Author Address Department of Biomedical Sciences/Biochemistry, University of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinarplatz 1, 1210 Vienna, Austria. Rupert.Palme@vetmeduni.ac.at
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  1. Adrenal glands
  2. Analysis
  3. Animal diseases
  4. Animal physiology
  5. Animal rights
  6. Animals
  7. Animal welfare
  8. Blood
  9. Corticosteroids
  10. Cortisol
  11. Determination
  12. Eggs
  13. Endocrinology
  14. Estimation
  15. Excretion
  16. Feathers
  17. Feces
  18. Glucocorticoids
  19. Hair
  20. Hormones
  21. Hydrocortisone
  22. Immunoassay
  23. Livestock
  24. Metabolism
  25. Metabolites
  26. Methodologies
  27. Methods
  28. monitoring
  29. peer-reviewed
  30. Research
  31. saliva
  32. secretions
  33. Stress
  34. Studies
  35. surveillance
  36. Techniques
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  1. peer-reviewed