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Effect of Chronic Social Stress on Prenatal Transfer of Antitetanus Immunity in Captive Breeding ...
Effect of Chronic Social Stress on Prenatal Transfer of Antitetanus Immunity in Captive Breeding ...
Because tetanus can cause significant morbidity and mortality in NHP, colonywide vaccination with tetanus toxoid is recommended for outdoor breeding colonies of rhesus macaques, with primary immunizations commonly given to infants at 6 mo of age follow...
Out Like a Light? The Effects of a Diurnal Husbandry Schedule on Mouse Sleep and Behavior
Out Like a Light? The Effects of a Diurnal Husbandry Schedule on Mouse Sleep and Behavior
Sleep disruption in humans, caused by shift work, can be detrimental to physical and behavioral health. Nocturnal laboratory mice may experience a similar disruption caused by human daytime activities, but whether this disruption affects their welfare ...
Effect of Daytime Blue-enriched LED Light on the Nighttime Circadian Melatonin Inhibition of Hepa...
Effect of Daytime Blue-enriched LED Light on the Nighttime Circadian Melatonin Inhibition of Hepa...
Liver cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death worldwide. Metabolic pathways within the liver and liver cancers are highly regulated by the central circadian clock in the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN).
EZH2 Expression in Naturally Occurring Canine Tumors
EZH2 Expression in Naturally Occurring Canine Tumors
Enhancer of zeste homolog 2 (EZH2) shows upregulated expression in tumors and is an important driver of tumor development and progression. However, the mechanism underlying the mediation of tumor aggressiveness by EZH2 remains unclear.
Reproductive Performance after Unilateral or Bilateral Oviduct Transfer of 2-Cell Embryos in Mice
Reproductive Performance after Unilateral or Bilateral Oviduct Transfer of 2-Cell Embryos in Mice
Embryo transfer (ET) is a frequent procedure in contemporary animal and transgenic facilities. We compared the reproductive performance of mice after unilateral and bilateral ET of 15 to 18 two-cell embryos per recipient.
Systemic Iron Deficiency in a Nonhuman Primate Model of Endometriosis
Systemic Iron Deficiency in a Nonhuman Primate Model of Endometriosis
Endometriosis is characterized by endometrial tissue development outside the uterus. Anemia and iron depletion do not commonly accompany endometriosis in women, despite chronic abdominal inflammation and heavy menstrual bleeding.