Atlas of the Hematology of the Laboratory Rat

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Atsuhiko Hasegawa, Kazuhisa Furuhama
Elsevier, Jan 1, 1998 - Science - 171 pages
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Hardbound. The use of animals for research objectives should be justified only under a set of strict guidelines. Persons involved in biomedical investigations must be competent. Although the requirements for practical training are being regulated to meet these demands in several countries, most courses are at a basic level and fail to deal with more detailed issues in their respective fields. There is a need to develop opportunities for more advanced training. Additionally, the literature has tremendous gaps, which must be filled by special research projects. The emphasis of the atlas is placed on providing researchers with effective and practical information on discrimination of cellar morphology in rat hematology. The rat has, in the past and currently, been a major contributor to the advancement of biological science. It is an excellent species for research because its reactions are predictable, and it is readily available and easy to handle.The thr

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Contents

Introduction
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Pathologic Morphology of Bone Marrow and Peripheral XIII
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of colonystimulating factors CSFS 142 145
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