Effects of training and strenuous exercise on hematologic values and peripheral blood leukocyte subsets in racing sled dogs.

@article{Davis2008EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of training and strenuous exercise on hematologic values and peripheral blood leukocyte subsets in racing sled dogs.},
  author={Michael E Davis and William Cletus Davis and Wayne Y Ensign and K W Hinchcliff and Todd C. Holbrook and Katherine K. Williamson},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  year={2008},
  volume={232 6},
  pages={
          873-8
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the effects of training and sustained submaximal exercise on hematologic values in racing sled dogs. DESIGN Cohort study. ANIMALS 39 Alaskan sled dogs bred for endurance racing. Procedures-Blood samples were collected prior to initiation of a 7-month training regimen (n=39), after completion of the training regimen (19), and after completion of an 1,100-mile race (9), and a CBC, differential cell count, and flow cytometry for leukocyte surface antigens were performed… CONTINUE READING
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