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Swimming respirometry was employed to compare inactive metabolic rate (R r), maximum metabolic rate (R max), resultant aerobic scope and maximum sustainable (critical) swimming speed (U crit), in growth hormone transgenic (GHT) and wild-type (W) tilapia Oreochromis sp. hybrids. Although the R r of GHT tilapia was significantly (58%) higher than their W(More)
In three experiments, the locus of tail stimulation in the tailflick assay was found to be an important parameter in determining morphine action. Rats were intravenously infused (Experiment I), injected with morphine subcutaneously (Experiment II), or implanted subcutaneously with morphine pellets (Experiment III). Analgesia was evaluated periodically(More)
Rats were implanted with an indwelling vascular cannula in the jugular vein, femoral artery or carotid artery, and evaluated for postsurgical weight changes and cannula patency. Complete details for surgical methods and materials are presented for each procedure. Over a 14 day period, the carotid artery procedure produced the most profound weight loss,(More)
Frequency of additional chromosomal abnormalities in chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) is estimated to be 7% in chronic phase and increases to 40-70% in advanced disease. Progression of CML from chronic phase to accelerated phase or blast crisis is often associated with secondary chromosomal aberrations. We report an exceptional case of CML as debut in(More)
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