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1943 1
1945 18
1946 80
1947 143
1948 96
1949 65
1950 156
1951 175
1952 110
1953 109
1954 122
1955 137
1956 145
1957 142
1958 164
1959 146
1960 144
1961 189
1962 200
1963 424
1964 679
1965 912
1966 1182
1967 1522
1968 1772
1969 2008
1970 2041
1971 2337
1972 2587
1973 2617
1974 2648
1975 2397
1976 2408
1977 2321
1978 2320
1979 2371
1980 2414
1981 2604
1982 2565
1983 2783
1984 2831
1985 2920
1986 2957
1987 2910
1988 2922
1989 3334
1990 3602
1991 3603
1992 3673
1993 3794
1994 4126
1995 4099
1996 4205
1997 4412
1998 4540
1999 4346
2000 4637
2001 4736
2002 4810
2003 4865
2004 4964
2005 5310
2006 5760
2007 5929
2008 6228
2009 6917
2010 7285
2011 7709
2012 8193
2013 7913
2014 7999
2015 8236
2016 8159
2017 8162
2018 7764
2019 4404
2020 127
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Swine as models in biomedical research and toxicology testing.
Swindle MM, et al. Vet Pathol 2012 - Review. PMID 21441112
Swine are considered to be one of the major animal species used in translational research, surgical models, and procedural training and are increasingly being used as an alternative to the dog or monkey as the choice of nonrodent species in preclinical toxicologic testing of pharmaceuticals. There are unique advantages to the use of swine in this setting given that they share with humans similar anatomic and physiologic characteristics involving the cardiovascular, urinary, integumentary, and digestive systems. ...
Swine are considered to be one of the major animal species used in translational research, surgical models, and procedural training a
Unraveling the swine genome: implications for human health.
Schook LB, et al. Annu Rev Anim Biosci 2015 - Review. PMID 25689318
Increasing numbers of porcine models are being developed since the release of the swine genome sequence, and the development of additional porcine genomic and epigenetic resources will further their use in biomedical research....
Increasing numbers of porcine models are being developed since the release of the swine genome sequence, and the development of addit …
Artificial insemination in pigs today
Knox RV. Theriogenology 2016 - Review. PMID 26253434
Both approaches allow greater selection pressure for economically important swine traits in the sires and help extend the genetic advantages through AI on to more production farms....
Both approaches allow greater selection pressure for economically important swine traits in the sires and help extend the genetic adv …
The Evolution of Suidae
Frantz L, et al. Annu Rev Anim Biosci 2016 - Review. PMID 26526544
Relationships among and variation within rare breeds of swine.
Roberts KS and Lamberson WR. J Anim Sci 2015. PMID 26440160
Swine breeds facing extinction typically share characteristics such as small size, slow growth rate, and high fat percentage, which limit them from contributing to commercial production. ...The objective of this study was to characterize genetic variation within and among breeds of swine and prioritize heritage breeds for preservation. ...
Swine breeds facing extinction typically share characteristics such as small size, slow growth rate, and high fat percentage, which l
Porcine ophthalmology
Middleton S. Vet Clin North Am Food Anim Pract 2010 - Review. PMID 21056801
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