ISSN 2466-1384(Print), ISSN 2466-1392(Online)

Korean Journal of Veterinary Research

The Korean Journal of Veterinary Research (Korean J Vet Res)) is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to providing to the advancement and dissemination of scientific knowledge concerning veterinary sciences and related academic disciplines...

Revised on 31 March 2019

All materials must be written in proper and clear English or Korean. The manuscript that does not meet the ‘Instructions to Authors’ will be immediately returned to the author. Our preferred file type for manuscript submissions is Microsoft WORD format. The manuscript including tables and their footnotes, and figures legends, must be double-spaced using Times New Roman (12 point font) in A4 size (210 × 297 mm) with a margin of at least 2.5 cm on every side. The manuscript should be in the following sequence: checklist, copyright assignment, cover letter, title page, abstract and keywords, introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion, acknowledgment, references, tables, and figure legends. The title page, abstract, references, each table and figure ...

2019 Vol.59no.2

  • 55-58 Computed tomographic anatomy of hepatic artery in normal beagle dogs
  • 59-67 Beta-carotene prevents the spermatogenic disorders induced by exogenous scrotal hyperthermia through modulations of oxidative stress, apoptosis, and androgen biosynthesis in mice
  • 69-74 Molecular characterization of Plasmodium juxtanucleare in Thai native fowls based on partial cytochrome C oxidase subunit I gene
  • 75-80 Modulatory action of enrofloxacin in lipopolysaccharide-induced hyper-activated mouse spleen cells
  • 81-88 Various macromolecules in in vitro growth medium influence growth, maturation, and parthenogenetic development of pig oocytes derived from small antral follicles
  • 89-96 Prevalence and molecular characterization of novel recombinant enterovirus G isolates in Jeju Province of South Korea
  • 97-100 Development of a smartphone application for providing disinfectant information on livestock industry
  • 101-104 Establishment of optimal disinfection condition of weak acid hypochlorous solution for prevention of avian influenza and foot-and-mouth disease virus transmission
  • 105-108 Remnant parietal serosa detection in a cat with true diaphragmatic hernia using computed tomography
  • 109-111 Goniodysgenesis-associated glaucoma in a Jindo dog
  • 113-117 Long-term follow-up of optic neuritis associated with meningoencephalitis of unknown etiology in a Maltese dog