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Mathews Journal of Veterinary Science

2572-6579

Mathews Journal of Veterinary Science (MJVS; ISSN: 2572-6579) is a leading international journal that publishes original research on key aspects of veterinary research i.e., diagnosis, prevention, epidemiology, and treatment of the medical conditions of companion, farm, domestic, and wild animals, in addition to the biomedical phenomenon that underlie the health of these animals. Investigations of these crucial aspects involve studies on the following topics: anatomic pathology, clinical pathology, immunology, molecular biology, infectious diseases, bacteriology/mycology, parasitology, animal behaviour, laboratory information management, animal science, poultry science, animal nutrition, and animal breeding and genetics.

MJVS also considers papers in the field of veterinary medicine and associated fields, such as veterinary oncology, cardiology, neurology, nephrology/urology, hepatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, hematology, pulmonology, pharmacology, theriogenology, internal medicine, and advancements in veterinary research.

MJVS especially welcomes manuscripts related to zoonoses or emerging diseases. Additionally, MJVS consider papers wherein wildlife species may act as disease/zoonotic reservoirs, and on papers dealing with policies pertaining to animal ethics and welfare.

Why publish with us?

High Visibility: MJVS follows open access policy that allows the published articles to be accessed across the globe.
Promotion in Social Media: All published articles are ensured aggressive promotion on social media.
Rigorous peer review: Every manuscript submitted undergoes a thorough and rigorous double-blind peer-review. This process eliminates subjective judgments and bias from the decision making process.

We welcome all types of articles related to Veterinary Science. For submission assistance contact: [email protected]. Please follow the Author Guidelines.

If you are not sure whether your work is suitable for this journal, please email us at [email protected] or call us at +1-606-405–6566.

Recently Published Articles
Research Article

Population Estimation of Oncorhynchus Mykiss, Salmo Trutta and Schizothorax Plagastimous in Upper River Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Published : 02nd February 2021
Authors : Tariq Khan1*, Shaukat Hayat2, Farmanullah3*, Haider Hayat4, Sardar Ali2, Sabir Khan5, Muhammad Ahmad1
Citation : Khan T, et al. (2021). Population estimation of oncorhynchus Mykiss, Salmo Trutta and Schizothorax Plagastimous in Upper river Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Mathews J Vet Sci. (5)1:13.

Case Report

A Rare Case of Diprosopus Calf in a Nagori Cow

Published : 27th January 2021
Authors : Jhamb D1, Nirwan SS2, Singh D3, Singh V4*
Citation : Jhamb D, et al. (2021). A Rare Case of Diprosopus Calf in a Nagori Cow. Mathews J Vet Sci. (5)1:12

Case Report

Feline Alveolar Osteitis: Implant Protocol with Osseodensification and Early Crown Placement

Published : 31st December 2020
Authors : Rocco E. Mele1, Gregori M. Kurtzman2*
Citation : Mele RE, et al. (2020). Feline Alveolar Osteitis: Implant Protocol with Osseodensification and Early Crown Placement. Mathews J Vet Sci. (4)1:11.

Research Article

Prenatal Osteogenesis of the Long Bones of the Hindlimb in Sokoto Red Goat: Gross Osteomorphometry, Radiography and Histology

Published : 27th December 2020
Authors : Danmaigoro A1*, Faruk AK1, Atabo SM1, Bello A1, Mahmud MA1,2, Abubakar K3, Mailafiya MM3
Citation : Danmaigoro A, et al. (2020). Prenatal Osteogenesis of the Long Bones of the Hindlimb in Sokoto Red Goat: Gross Osteomorphometry, Radiography and Histology. Mathews J Vet Sci. (4)1:10.

Research Article

CCl4 Induced Liver Fibrosis Model in Cynomolgus Monkeys

Published : 27th June 2018
Authors : Shanshan Ding*1 , Changqing Zhang1 , Li Zhang2 , Lei Le1 , Xin Zhang3 , Joyce Hwa2 , Tiansheng Zhou4 , Shoutao Liu1 , Zhihai Li1
Citation : Ding S, Zhang C, Zhang L, Le L, et all. (2018). CCl4 Induced Liver Fibrosis Model in Cynomolgus Monkeys. Mathews J Vet Sci. 3(1): 009.

Review Article

Severe Side Effects of Vaccines in the Veterinary Setting

Published : 17th January 2017
Authors : Vadala M1, 2*, Poddighe D3, Laurino C1, 2, Palmieri B1, 2
Citation :  Vadalà M, Poddighe D, Laurino C and Palmieri B. (2017). Severe Side Effects of Vaccines in the Veterinary Setting. Mathews J Vet Sci. 2(1): 008

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