Luke G. Baldwin

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Billingham et al.' reported that mice and chickens injected as embryos with cells from other strains acquired a persistent tolerance to later skin grafts from the donor strains. It seemed possible to us that a similar, but naturally acquired, tolerance might be in part responsible for the variation in response of Rh-negative persons exposed to the Rh(More)
To investigate a novel route for providing analgesia to processed piglets via transmammary drug delivery, meloxicam was administered orally to sows after farrowing. The objectives of the study were to demonstrate meloxicam transfer from sows to piglets via milk and to describe the analgesic effects in piglets after processing through assessment of pain(More)
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