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Protocol to refine intestinal motility test in mice
We propose a new protocol intended to conform to the 3Rs (replacement, reduction, and refinement) principle, using animals fasted for 3 h to control intestinal motility, which reduced stress in the animals. In this new ...
Influence of canine brain decomposition on laboratory diagnosis of rabies.
Canine brains infected with rabies virus were submitted to decomposition by being left at room temperature of 25 to 29 degrees C for up to 168 h. At 24 h intervals, brain fragments were analyzed by immunofluorescence (IF) ...
Refining the intestinal motility test in mice to reduce animal stress
A new protocol using 3-h fast animal for intestinal motility test was developed in our laboratory aiming the 3R's concept to reduce the stress of animals. Our results may aid in formulating recommendations that can be ...
Poisoning of mice by Baccharis coridifolia: An experimental model
The poisonous plant Baccharis coridifotia causes necrosis in lymphoid tissues and the gastrointestinal tract of cattle, horses, sheep and rabbits. An experimental poisoning of mice was undertaken to establish an experimental ...
Subsensitivity to beta-adrenergic stimulation in atria from rats infested with Syphacia sp.
(Royal Soc Medicine Press LtdLondonInglaterra, 2003)
Parasite survey in mouse and rat colonies of Brazilian laboratory animal houses kept under differents sanitary barrier conditions
(Arquivo Brasileiro Medicina Veterinaria ZootecniaMinas GeraisBrasil, 2000)