Santiago Lavín focuses on Veterinary medicine, Rupicapra pyrenaica, Roe deer, Internal medicine and Seroprevalence. He works on Veterinary medicine which deals in particular with Mouflon. He works mostly in the field of Rupicapra pyrenaica, limiting it down to concerns involving Rupicapra and, occasionally, Sarcoptes, Sarcoptidae and Scabies.
His Internal medicine research includes themes of Endocrinology and Xylazine. His Seroprevalence research incorporates elements of Porcine parvovirus and Toxoplasma gondii. His study in Capreolus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Capra pyrenaica and Barbary sheep.
His primary areas of investigation include Veterinary medicine, Rupicapra pyrenaica, Capra pyrenaica, Wild boar and Internal medicine. His study looks at the relationship between Veterinary medicine and topics such as Livestock, which overlap with Host. His Rupicapra pyrenaica research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Virus, Virology, Rupicapra and Capreolus.
He has included themes like Wildlife, Urban wild, Multilocus sequence typing and Microbiology in his Wild boar study. His Internal medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Endocrinology and Physiology. His Border disease virus study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Border Disease and Pestivirus.
Santiago Lavín spends much of his time researching Veterinary medicine, Wild boar, Capra pyrenaica, Ecology and Zoology. His Veterinary medicine research includes elements of Antibiotics, Rupicapra pyrenaica and Antibody, Seroprevalence, Serology. His research in Wild boar intersects with topics in Urban wild, Wildlife, Zoonosis, Increased risk and Parasite Egg Count.
His Capra pyrenaica research incorporates themes from Serum amyloid A, Sarcoptes scabiei, Ungulate and Pathology. The Zoology study combines topics in areas such as Mange, Outbreak, Genetic structure, Rupicapra and Sarcoptes. His Rupicapra study incorporates themes from Virus, Virology, Livestock and Phylogenetic tree.
His primary scientific interests are in Veterinary medicine, Wild boar, Virus, Urban wild and Virology. Santiago Lavín integrates Veterinary medicine and Meningitis/encephalitis in his studies. His work carried out in the field of Wild boar brings together such families of science as Habitat, Wildlife management, Urban area, Population viability analysis and Population growth.
The various areas that Santiago Lavín examines in his Virus study include Outbreak, Caliciviridae Infections, Brown hare and Hepatitis. His Virology research integrates issues from Immune system and Virulence. His research integrates issues of Phylogeography, Rupicapra and Rupicapra pyrenaica in his study of Zoology.
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Effect of the method of capture on the haematology and blood chemistry of red deer (Cervus elaphus).
I Marco;S Lavín.
Research in Veterinary Science (1999)
Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii in wild pigs (Sus scrofa) from Spain.
C.B.L. Gauss;J.P. Dubey;D. Vidal;F. Ruiz.
Veterinary Parasitology (2005)
EFFECT OF VENIPUNCTURE SITE ON HEMATOLOGIC AND SERUM BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN MARGINATED TORTOISE (TESTUDO MARGINATA)
Jorge Ramón López-Olvera;Jordi Montané;Ignasi Marco;Albert Martínez-Silvestre.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (2003)
Prevalence of Toxoplasma gondii antibodies in red deer (Cervus elaphus) and other wild ruminants from Spain
C.B.L. Gauss;J.P. Dubey;D. Vidal;O. Cabezón.
Veterinary Parasitology (2006)
Effects of acepromazine on capture stress in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus).
J. Montané;I. Marco;J. López-Olvera;D. Perpiñán.
Journal of Wildlife Diseases (2003)
Heparin-Related Osteoporosis in Rats
M. Monreal;L. Viñas;L. Monreal;S. Lavin.
Presence of Toxoplasma gondii and Neospora caninum DNA in the brain of wild birds
L. Darwich;O. Cabezón;I. Echeverria;M. Pabón.
Veterinary Parasitology (2012)
Effects of lithium heparin and tripotassium EDTA on hematologic values of Hermann's tortoises (Testudo hermanni).
Jesus Muro;Rafaela Cuenca;Josep Pastor;Luis Vinas.
Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine (1998)
Molecular detection and characterization of piroplasms infecting cervids and chamois in Northern Spain.
J. García-Sanmartín;O. Aurtenetxe;M. Barral;I. Marco.
Seroprevalence of Neospora caninum in non-carnivorous wildlife from Spain.
S. Almería;D. Vidal;D. Ferrer;M. Pabón.
Veterinary Parasitology (2007)
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