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Blood collection methods in guinea pigs are limited due to the animals' compact neck, short limbs, and lack of a tail. Gingival venipuncture is a recently described blood sampling technique that is minimally traumatic with no significant alterations in hematologic parameters when multiple blood...

Personett, A. R.; Santangelo, K. S.; Kendall, L. V.; Sadar, M. J.
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Memphis, USA
Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 2019, 58, 6, pp 817-822

The isolated infected hair model is a commonly used technique to test the fungicidal efficacy of topical therapies against Microsporum canis. The most commonly used model uses mats of infective hairs, and results from various laboratories have differed. The objectives of this study were to develop...

Moriello, K. A.; Deboer, D. J.; Volk, L. M.; Sparkes, A.; Robinson, A.
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Veterinary Dermatology, 2004, 15, 3, pp 175-180

The ototoxicity of chlorhexidine/cetrimide (Savlon) was confirmed by experiments on guinea pigs. The impetus for this article was the observation of vestibular dysfunction in 15 clinical cases (12 dogs and 3 cats), in 8 of which the ear canal had been rinsed with this preparation in the presence of ...

Gallé, H. G.; Venker-van Haagen, A. J.
Veterinary Quarterly, 1986, 8, 1, pp 56-60

The repair processes of incised wounds depend, in part, on fibroplasia induced by soluble mediators from monocytic macrophages. Two topical antimicrobials were evaluated, each of which effectively controlled wound sepsis and yet each had widely different effects on fibroplasia and wound strength....

Kenyon, A. J.; Hamilton, S. G.; Douglas, D. M.
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1986, 47, 1, pp 96-101
Cover for Chrysomya bezziana infestation

Chrysomya bezziana, the Old World Screw-worm fly, is distributed in sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East, Indian subcontinent, SE Asia and New Guinea,...

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