Bob Goeree

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The proportion of cells showing differentiation antigens specific for T cells, B cells and leukocytes was studied at various ages in peripheral blood, and at 14 weeks of age in the bursa of Fabricius, spleen and thymus of two lines of chicken that had been selected over 13 generations for either high (H) or low (L) antibody responses to sheep red blood(More)
UNLABELLED Approaches based on continuous indicators (the size of the pre-to-post-test change; effect size or ΔT) and on categorical indicators (Percentage Improvement and the Jacobson-Truax approach to Clinical Significance) are evaluated to determine which has the best methodological and statistical characteristics, and optimal performance, in comparing(More)
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