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R.R. Fox, Taxonomy and Genetics.
N.M. Patton, Colony Husbandry.
L.J. Cruise and N.R. Brewer, Anatomy.
N.R. Brewer and L.J. Cruise, Physiology.
W.S. Bivin, Basic Biomethodology.
S.K. Wixson, Anesthesia and Analgesia.
R.M. McLaughlin and R.E. Fish, Clinical Biochemistry and Hematology.
D. DeLong and P.J. Manning, Bacterial Diseases.
R.F. DiGiacomo and C.J. Mare, Viral Diseases.
S.P. Pakes and L.W. Gerrity, Protozoal Diseases.
G.L. Hofing and A.L. Kraus, Arthropod and Helminth Parasites.
S.H. Weisbroth, Neoplastic Diseases.
J.R. Lindsey and R.R. Fox, Inherited Diseases and Variations.
P.R. Cheeke, Nutrition and Nutritional Diseases.
V.K. Bergdall and R.C. Dysko, Metabolic, Traumatic, Mycotic, and Miscellaneous Diseases.
J.R. Broderson and F.P. Gluckstein, Zoonoses and Occupational Health Considerations.
J.M. Jayo, D.C. Schwenke and T.B. Clarkson, Atherosclerosis Research.
J.G.Fox, N.S. Lipman, and C.E. Newcomer, Models in Infectious Disease Research.
R.L. Peiffer, Jr., L. Pohm-Thorsen, and K. Corcoran, Models in Ophthalmology and Vision Research.
H.F. Stills, Jr., Polyclonal Antibody Production.
J.A. Andersonand J.W. Henck, Toxicity and Safety Testing.
C.S. Gillett, Selected Drug Dosages and Clinical Reference Data. Subject Index.
After nearly 20 years, the publication of this Second Edition of The Biology of the Laboratory Rabbit attests to its popularity within the scientific community as well as to the need to update an expanding database on the rabbit as a major species in laboratory investigation. The principal aim of this text is to provide a comprehensive and authoritative source of scientifically based information on a major laboratory animal species. The text continues to emphasize the normal biology as well as diseases of the European (domestic) rabbit, Orytolagus cuniculus, especially the New Zealand White breed, with occasional reference to other rabbit species (Sylvilagus sp.) and hares (Lepus sp.). New topics have been added to this second edition in response to changing trends in biomedical research and product testing as well as to suggestions from readers.
@introbul:Key Features @bul:* New chapters included on:
- Anesthesia and analgesia
- Models in infectious disease research
- Models in ophthalmology and vision research
- Polyclonal antibody production
- Toxicity and safety testing
- Drug doses and clinical reference data
Veterinary researchers and students, Pharmaceutical Researchers, Cell Biologists, Microbiologists, Opicologists, Epidemiologists, Pathologists, Physiologists, Colony Managers, commercial producers of rabbits.
- No. of pages:
- © Academic Press 1994
- 12th July 1994
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
@qu:"This is a classic work and the best text on rabbits available. All persons with an interest in biologic aspects, diseases, (especially noteworthy), and use of rabbits in research will find this work a most valuable addition to their reference shelf." @source:--JOURNAL OF AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICINE ASSOCIATION @qu:"This book is a very valuable addition to the ACLAM series, and to the available literature on rabbits. It will be an invaluable resource, and will soon be as indispensable as the rabbits themselves." @source:--LABORATORY ANIMALS @qu:"The Second Editionis a welcome publication for veterinarians, biologists, and researchers who require information on a variety of topics to domestic lagomorphs... This book was long overdue, and it provides a valuable update on a variety of topics related to this species. The text contains a wealth of information in updated form, the figures re of good quality, and the written material has been provided by experts who are well qualified to cover their particular area." @source:--CANADIAN VETERINARY JOURNAL @qu:"...this new edition continues a worthy ACLAM tradition of providing comprehensive resource information on the specialty of laboratory animal science and medicine. It should become a standard reference text for all those involved in the study, care, and use of rabbits." @source:--SYNAPSE
University of Minnesota Health Sciences Center, Minnespolis, U.S.A.
University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, U.S.A.
Research Animal Resources and Department of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD