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sodium selenite
(12 times)
(3 times)
MSA (2 times)
MSC (2 times)
ROS (2 times)
1998 Effects of sodium selenite on deoxycholic acid-induced hyperproliferation of human colonic mucosa in short-term culture.
serum selenium
(7 times)
(2 times)
ALAD (2 times)
BCd (2 times)
GPx (2 times)
1993 Serum selenium concentrations in patients with autoimmune thyroiditis and non-toxic nodular goiter.
system sensitivity
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Veterinary Medicine
(2 times)
bTB (1 time)
CMI (1 time)
PFree (1 time)
2008 Towards a risk-based surveillance for Trichinella spp. in Danish pig production.
screening sensitivity
(1 time)
Veterinary Medicine
(1 time)
BRDC (1 time)
CA (1 time)
DSe (1 time)
2016 Sensitivity and specificity of on-farm scoring systems and nasal culture to detect bovine respiratory disease complex in preweaned dairy calves.
serum Se
(1 time)
Behavioral Sciences
(1 time)
ASAT (1 time)
CK (1 time)
GPx (1 time)
2005 Effects of selenium depletion and selenium repletion by choice feeding on selenium status of young and old laying hens.
sodium selenite per kilogram of diet
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nano-Se (1 time)
2016 Effects of Dietary Nano-Selenium Supplementation on Growth Performance, Antioxidative Status, and Immunity in Broiler Chickens under Thermoneutral and High Ambient Temperature Conditions.
subdivided into those with dural exposure
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CFOE (1 time)
CSF (1 time)
MS (1 time)
2016 Postoperative cerebrospinal fluid leak after microvascular reconstruction of craniofacial defects with orbital exenteration.
surveillance systems
(1 time)
Veterinary Medicine
(1 time)
--- 2012 Designing and evaluating risk-based surveillance systems: potential unwarranted effects of applying adjusted risk estimates.