https://malque.pub/ojs/index.php/mr/issue/feed Multidisciplinary Reviews 2021-12-10T14:15:26+00:00 João Souza-Junior souza.junior@malque.pub Open Journal Systems <p class="font_8"><strong>Multidisciplinary Reviews</strong> is the <em>first multidisciplinary open-access journal</em> of the world, where, EXCLUSIVELY, Review Articles, Mini-Reviews, and Research Articles with Questionnaire Applications are published. <strong>Multidisciplinary Reviews</strong> is published online by <strong><a href="http://www.malque.pub" target="_blank" rel="noopener" data-content="http://www.malquepub.com" data-type="external">Malque Publishing</a> </strong>in CONTINUOUS FLOW mode.</p> <p><strong>High Visibility:</strong> Dimensions, CiteFactor, Scilit, Google Scholar, Diadorim, Directory of Research Journals Indexing, Latindex, CrossRef, Research Bible, among others. We are already being evaluated for indexing in Web of Science (Clarivate Analytics), SCOPUS (Elsevier), and CAB International.</p> <p><strong>Rapid Publication:</strong> manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision is provided to authors approximately 25-30 days after submission.</p> <p><strong>Open Access</strong> free for readers, with a low Article Processing Charge (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.</p> <p><strong>New!</strong> In 2022, Article Processing Charge (APC) WILL NOT BE CHARGED for <strong><em>articles submitted in English</em>.</strong></p> https://malque.pub/ojs/index.php/mr/article/view/215 The efficacy of Alpha Lipoic Acid in public health and veterinary medicine: a review paper 2021-10-30T19:21:32+00:00 Zainab Abdul Hussein Saud zainab.saud@uobasrah.edu.iq <p>Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA<strong>)</strong> is a fatty acid that mainly synthases mammals and plants. Alpha lipoic acid is found in trace amounts, soluble in water and fat. ALA plays an essential role in the body's synthases of glutathione, the body's most important endogenous antioxidant, supporting healthy vision, protecting cells from free radicals, and enhancing liver functions. Additionally, ALA helps dissolve toxic substances in the liver. In the present review, we described the history with the physical and biochemical properties of ALA besides highlighting its functions in living organisms. We also reviewed the benefits of using synthetic forms of ALA in domestic animals to prevent and treat medical disorders. In conclusion, in addition to its role in enhancing body functions, ALA also plays a major role as a valuable antioxidant that could give an advantage to its use as a promising treatment against the widespread infection in animals and humans.</p> 2021-12-16T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Multidisciplinary Reviews https://malque.pub/ojs/index.php/mr/article/view/199 Principles and cautions in the infrared thermography application in sheep 2021-10-22T12:11:17+00:00 Rodrigo Formiga Leite rodrigoformigaleite@gmail.com Luan Aragão Rodrigues luan.veterinaria@gmail.com Manoel Alves de Freitas Neto rodrigo.leite@ifpb.edu.br Francisco Roserlândio Botão Nogueira chico.nogueira@ifpb.edu.br Jorge Domingos da Silva Lima jdsl.sj@gmail.com Bonifácio Benício de Souza bonifacio.ufcg@gmail.com Eldinê Gomes de Miranda Neto eldinemneto@hotmail.com <p>Infrared thermography is a safe technology for diagnostic imaging that preserves welfare and does not emit ionizing radiation. This paper aimed to report the principles of infrared thermography formation and cautions on imaging acquisition with sheep illustrations. This technique is based on capturing infrared electromagnetic energy from the matter molecules, proportional to the increase in temperature. The capture of images, not just in sheep, must obey technical criteria to avoid interpretation errors of the thermograms. Direct exposure to solar radiation, humidity, manipulation of the examined area, time of day, proper use of equipment, and the manifestation of certain behaviors can hinder the interpretation of the findings. Infrared thermography is a tool that helps practitioners because it provides practicality, safety, and accurate data.</p> 2021-11-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Multidisciplinary Reviews