Preventing Photosensitisation in Sheep (Pre-project)
Photosensitisation, also known as yellowses or alveld (Norw.), is an ailment in sheep that causes liver damage, swelling of the face and hypersensitivity to sunlight. The ailment has been a varying, but nonetheless important cause of losses in small livestock herds kept on rough grazing land in coastal areas.
The pre-project aims to develop a prototype of a capsule containing substances that can bind the toxins causing yellowses in lambs.
Please refer to the project ”Prevention of Photosensitisation”, funded by the Regional Research Fund for Mid-Norway.
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