Veterinary Integrative Sciences” (Vet. Integr. Sci.) is the official peer-reviewed online journal of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. The aim of the journal is to facilitate the publication of a wide range of high quality academic journals with an integration of various areas of animal and veterinary sciences including;

  • Animal sciences (Animal production, Animal biotechnology, Animal husbandry, Livestock industry)
  • Biology of animals (Biology, Ecology, Nutrition and Genetics)
  • Structure and function of animals (Biochemistry, Physiology, Anatomy and Histology)
  • Pathogen and pathology in animal disease (Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology)
  • Veterinary medicine (Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, Pharmacology and Epidemiology)

Veterinary Integrated Sciences is a web-based journal committed to ensuring that all submitted manuscripts are representative of ethical, transparent and peer-reviewed research work. Articles that are published in our journal are double-blind, peer-reviewed by at least two experts. Notably, the opinions of each author may not be agreed upon by the editorial board.

 

Most Cited Paper Awards 2021

2020-12-14

Veterinary Integrative Sciences (Vet. Integr. Sci.) is pleased to announce the 2021 Most Cited Paper Awards. The Most Cited Paper Awards go to the papers published in our journal that received the highest numbers of citations according to 2 database; 1-Scopus and 2-Web of Science in the following three years including the year it was published (2018-2021).

Vol. 19 No. 2 (2021): May-August

Published: 2020-12-28

Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of Salmonella spp. isolated from chicken meat in upper northeastern Thailand

Istiana Nur Vidayanti, Peerapol Sukon, Seri Khaengair, Chaiwat Pulsrikarn, Sunpetch Angkittitrakul

121-131

Haemoparasites infection in bullfighting cattle in southern of Thailand

Ruttayaporn Ngasaman, Narissara Keawchana, Pirayu Rakwong

133-140

A retrospective study of suspected pyometra causing systemic illness in 348 dogs

Surapa Rungphattanachaikul, Areerath Akatvipat, Michael Pheng Chuan Chia, Kannika Na Lampang , Nattawooti Sthitmatee

141-152

Preliminary assessment of probiotic Bacillus subtilis C-3102 in feces: evaluation of their survival after oral supplementation in goats

Watcharapong Choonkham, Axel (A. H.) van Ruitenbeek , Jan Thomas Schonewille , Witaya Suriyasathaporn

153-159

The sperm longevity and freezability in the modified BHSV extender of Thai Pradu-hangdum chicken

Sperm Longevity and Freezability of Thai Pradu-hangdum Chicken

Chakorn Khunkaew, Prapas Patchanee, Sasithorn Panasophonkul, Zubing Cao, Yunhai Zhang, Anucha Sathanawongs

161-172

Effects of salinity level on the activity of chloride cell and mucus secreting cell in the gill of the female Shortfin molly, Poecilia mexicana Steindachner, 1863

Sirirat Sathorn, Sinlapachai Senarat, Jes Kettratad, Gen Kaneko, Wannee Jiraungkoorskul, Koraon Wongkamhaeng

173-184

Effect of leukemia inhibitory factor polymorphism on litter size traits in Thai commercial pig breeds

Worrarak Norseeda, Guisheng Liu, Tawatchai Teltathum, Korawan Sringarm, Watcharapong Naraballobh, Trisadee Khamlor, Supamit Mekchay

185-196

Association of osteopontin gene with intramuscular fat content and fatty acid composition traits in pigs

Nanthana Pothakam, Worrarak Norseeda, Guisheng Liu, Tawatchai Teltathum, Pantaporn Supakankul, Watcharapong Naraballobh, Trisadee Khamlor, Korawan Sringarm, Supamit Mekchay

197-208

Circulating inhibin and testosterone during sexual maturation and reproductive seasonality of captive male killer whales (Orcinus orca)

Hiroshi Katsumata, Etsuko Katsumata, Sukanya Jaroenporn, Yoko Ueda, Seiki Konno, Gen Watanabe, Kazuyoshi Taya

209-222

Effect of porcine IL-6 polymorphism on litter size traits in commercial pig breeds

Worrarak Norseeda, Guisheng Liu, Tawatchai Teltathum, Korawan Sringarm, Watcharapong Naraballobh, Trisadee Khamlor, Patcharin Krutmuang, Supamit Mekchay

237-246

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Veterinary Integrative Sciences” (Vet Integr Sci) was established in 2003. For 15 years, we have published scientific journal articles under the name “Chiang Mai Veterinary Journal” before officially changing over to an electronic platform that was established in the year 2018. Our current web-based journal provides free and open access.

  • 2003-2018 (volume 16, number 1) as the “Chiang Mai Veterinary Journal” (ISSN-print as 1685-9502 and ISSN-online as 2465-4604)
  • 2018-present, the “Veterinary Integrative Sciences” (ISSN 2629-9968), beginning with volume 16, number 2 onward.

Thank you for your interest in Veterinary Integrative Sciences. Note that submission implies that the content has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere except as a brief abstract in the proceedings of a scientific meeting at an educational symposium.

Once you have prepared your submission in accordance with the relevant guidelines, manuscripts should be submitted online at: “ www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/vis/about/submissions

For help with submissions, please contact: cmuvetj@gmail.com

We look forward to receiving your submission.

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Reviewed process; Double-blind peer review process

Language; English 

Publication Frequency; Three issues per year as follows; 1st issue: January-April, 2nd issue: May-August, 3rd issue: September-December.

Publication fee; None