Press Releases 2017

New insights could lead to lasting improvement of stem cell therapy in horses [Link 1]
Earth-air heat exchanger best way to protect farm animals in livestock buildings against the effects of climate change [Link 2]
To be announced [Link 3]
The wild ass returns [Link 4]
Stem cells conduct cartilage regeneration but are not directly involved [Link 5]
New genes on “deteriorating” Y chromosome [Link 6]
How the smallest bacterial pathogens outwit host immune defences by stealth mechanisms [Link 7]
Domestication has not made dogs cooperate more with each other compared to wolves [Link 8]
Usutu virus is back – not only in blackbirds but also in humans [Link 9]
Kune Kune piglets possess social learning skills and have an astonishingly good memory [Link 10]
Party discipline for jumping genes [Link 11]
Foster tadpoles trigger parental instinct in poison frogs [Link 12]
Wolves understand cause and effect better than dogs [Link 13]
A-MUD: a method for automatically detecting mouse song [Link 14]
An island getaway: Why some Listeria strains survive good food hygiene standards [Link 15]
Comparing food allergies: Animals and humans may have more in common than you think [Link 16]
Drug resistance in an intestinal parasite of piglets is experimentally confirmed for the first time [Link 17]
Seasonal Effects: „Winter foals “ are smaller than foals born in summer [Link 18]
Oestrogen regulates pathological changes of bones via bone lining cells [Link 19]
Temperature, solar radiation, wind: Three parameters to predict a vehicle’s cabin air temperature [Link 20]
Reintroduced Przewalski’s horses have a different diet than before their extinction in the wild [Link 21]
Not so pretty after all: a new pestivirus that attacks the nervous system of Austrian pigs [Link 22]
Most Modern Horses Are Descendants of Recently Imported Oriental Stallions [Link 23]
Regional “hot spot” of Borna disease discovered in Upper Austria [Link 24]
Gene transfer as a treatment of neurodegenerative diseases: Viral vectors travel longer distances than previously thought [Link 25]
Sensitivity to inequity is in wolves’ and dogs’ blood [Link 26]
Don't move: To ensure constant food supply edible dormice rather give up their favourite food [Link 27]
Cockatoos keep their tools safe [Link 28]
Shearing of alpacas is necessary, but also stressful [Link 29]
You spy with your little eye – dogs can adopt the perspective of humans [Link 30]
Raccoon dog represents a more acute risk than raccoon as vector for transmission of local parasites [Link 31]
For This New Zealand Parrot, “Laughter” Is Contagious [Link 32]
Stressed seabird parents think only of themselves [Link 33]
Male poison frogs become cannibals after taking over territories [Link 34]
Metabolism drives growth and division of cancer cells [Link 35]
Departure of migratory birds from stopover sites is hormone-controlled [Link 36]
Salicylic acid, a widespread ingredient in pain relief medications, promotes nasal mucosa colonization by Staphylococcus aureus [Link 37]
“Here’s a treat for you!” – Dogs share food with other dogs even in complex situations [Link 38]
“Bring it back”, but within bounds – retrieval strains the forelimbs of dogs [Link 39]
Austrian “Shaking piglets” infected with epidemic pestivirus [Link 40]
Positive effect of winter dormancy on cold-blooded cognition [Link 41]