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Weber-Mzell, D., Kotanko, P., Hauer, A. C., Goriup, U., Haas, J., Lanner, N., et al. (2004). Gender, age and seasonal effects on IgA deficiency: a study of 7293 Caucasians. European Journal of Clinical Investigation, 34(3), 224–228.
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Jafarzadeh A., Sadeghi M., Karam G.A., & Vazirinejad R. (2010). Salivary IgA and IgE levels in healthy subjects: relation to age and gender. Braz. Oral Res., 24(1), 21–27.
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Gorgasser I., Tichy A., & Palme R. (2007). Faecal cortisol metabolites in Quarter Horses during initial training under field conditions[Messung der Kortisolmetaboliten im Pferdekot während der Grundausbildung von 2jährigen Quarter Horses]. Wien. Tierärztl. Mschr. – Vet. Med. Austria, 94, 226–230.
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Clayton, H. M., Larson, B., Kaiser, L. A. J., & Lavagnino, M. (2011). Length and elasticity of side reins affect rein tension at trot. The Veterinary Journal, 188(3), 291–294.
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Albright, J., Sun, X., & Houpt, K. Does cribbing behavior in horses vary with dietary taste or direct gastric stimuli? Appl Anim Behav Sci, .
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Briefer, E. F., Mandel, R., Maigrot, A. - L., Briefer Freymond, S., Bachmann, I., & Hillmann, E. (2017). Perception of emotional valence in horse whinnies. Frontiers in Zoology, 14(1), 8.
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Hartmann, E., Christensen, J. W., & McGreevy, P. D. Dominance and leadership: Useful concepts in human-horse interactions? Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, .
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Merl, S., Scherzer, S., Palme, R., & Möstl, E. (2000). Pain causes increased concentrations of glucocorticoid metabolites in horse feces. J Equine Vet Sci, 20(9), 586–590.
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Palme, R., Touma, C., Arias, N., Dominchin, M. F., & Lepschy, M. (3012). Steroid extraction: Get the best out of faecal samples. Vet. Med. Austria, 100, 238–246.
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Palme, R., & Moestl, E. (1997). Measurement of cortisol metabolites in faeces of sheep as a parameter of cortisol concentration in blood. J. Mammal. Biol., 62, 192–197.
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