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Animal Models of Aspergillosis
Animal Models of Aspergillosis
Aspergillosis is an airborne fungal disease caused by Aspergillus spp., a group of ubiquitous molds. This disease causes high morbidity and mortality in both humans and animals.
Personal Protective Equipment in Animal Research
Personal Protective Equipment in Animal Research
The occupational health and safety program is an integral component of a comprehensive animal care and use program. It is important to mitigate the risk of exposures of animal care and research personnel to allergens and physical, chemical, radiologic,...
Characterization of Cotton Rat (Sigmodon hispidus) Eosinophils, Including Their Response to Respi...
Characterization of Cotton Rat (Sigmodon hispidus) Eosinophils, Including Their Response to Respi...
Eosinophils have been postulated to play a protective role against infection with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), increase the severity of allergic asthma during respiratory viral infection, and drive vaccine-enhanced disease.
Comparison of Antemortem and Environmental Samples for Zebrafish Health Monitoring and Quarantine
Comparison of Antemortem and Environmental Samples for Zebrafish Health Monitoring and Quarantine
Molecular diagnostic assays offer both exquisite sensitivity and the ability to test a wide variety of sample types. Various types of environmental sample, such as detritus and concentrated water, might provide a useful adjunct to sentinels in routine ...
Physiologic Correlates of Interactions between Adult Male and Immature Long-tailed Macaques (Maca...
Physiologic Correlates of Interactions between Adult Male and Immature Long-tailed Macaques (Maca...
Interactions between adult males and immature members of the same species are rare in most mammals; in contrast, an estimated 40% of primate species are characterized by an involvement of males in the social life of infants and juveniles.
Effect of Early-life Gut Mucosal Compromise on Disease Progression in NOD Mice
Effect of Early-life Gut Mucosal Compromise on Disease Progression in NOD Mice
Disease expression in spontaneous nonobese diabetic (NOD) mice depends on environmental stimuli such as stress, diet, and gut microbiota composition. We evaluated a brief, early-life gut intervention in which pups were weaned to low-dose dextran sulfat...