Immune-related Health-relevant Changes in Natural Populations of Norway Rat (rattus Norvegicus Berkenhout, 1769): White Blood Cell Counts, Leukocyte Activity, and Peripheral Organ Infiltration

@inproceedings{Kataranovski2009ImmunerelatedHC,
  title={Immune-related Health-relevant Changes in Natural Populations of Norway Rat (rattus Norvegicus Berkenhout, 1769): White Blood Cell Counts, Leukocyte Activity, and Peripheral Organ Infiltration},
  author={Milena V Kataranovski and DU{\vS}ICA L. RADOVI{\'C} and Lidija Zolotarevski and Aleksandra Popov and Dragan Kataranovski},
  year={2009}
}
Basic immune-related health-relevant changes (total and differential white blood cell counts and activity, leukocyte tissue infiltration, and related pathohistology) were assessed in wild Norway rats from urban habitats. Comparative measurements were conducted in individuals of several laboratory strains of Norway rat in order to gain insight into environmental effects on the health of wild rats. Changes in leukocyte counts and activity along with tissue infiltration were noted only in wild… CONTINUE READING

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