Best practices for veterinary toxicologic clinical pathology, with emphasis on the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.

@article{Tomlinson2013BestPF,
  title={Best practices for veterinary toxicologic clinical pathology, with emphasis on the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.},
  author={Lindsay Tomlinson and Laura I. Boone and Lila Ramaiah and Kelley A Penraat and Barbara R von Beust and Mehrdad Ameri and Florence M Poitout-Belissent and Kurt W. Weingand and Heather C Workman and Adam D. Aulbach and Dennis Julian Meyer and Diane E. Brown and A. Luke MacNeill and Anne Provencher Bolliger and Denise I. Bounous},
  journal={Veterinary clinical pathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={42 3},
  pages={
          252-69
        }
}
The purpose of this paper by the Regulatory Affairs Committee (RAC) of the American Society for Veterinary Clinical Pathology (ASVCP) is to review the current regulatory guidances (eg, guidelines) and published recommendations for best practices in veterinary toxicologic clinical pathology, particularly in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, and to utilize the combined experience of ASVCP RAC to provide updated recommendations. Discussion points include (1) instrumentation… CONTINUE READING
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