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Spraying or swabbing with a mixture of polyethylene glycol 300/industrial methylated spirits (PEG-300/IMS) (2:1 by volume) has been shown to substantially reduce mortality, systemic effects, and skin… (More)
WE have found that when pieces of a synthetic sponge are implanted into the skin of young pigs, bone forms in the interstices of the implant within 9 to 13 weeks.
The International Veterinary Industry Test Replacement Organisation (In-VITRO) was established in 1995 with the aim of developing, validating and harmonising in vitro alternatives to replace in vivo… (More)
The carcinogenic effects of limited and repeated skin applications of propane sultone were investigated in three strains of mice, CF1, C3H and CBah (a hairless strain). Propane sultone was shown to… (More)
Testes from adult (90-120-day-old) rats, which had been made cryptorchid 28 days previously, were dispersed by successive treatment with trypsin, collagenase and hyaluronidase. The resulting crude… (More)
The mechanism by which luteinizing hormone (LH) stimulates Leydig cell immunoactive inhibin (I-inhibin) secretion was investigated using Percoll-purified adult rat Leydig cells. Using a maximally… (More)
A quantitative histological estimation of the optic nerve of pre-weanling rats has revealed that the total fiber number decreases rapidly between 7 and 25 days of age.