Animals for Medical Research: Models for the Study of Human Disease
R.E. Krieger Publishing Company, 1982 - Medical - 591 pages
This text provides valuable information in selecting and using suitable animal species for research so that the experimental data can be meaningful and relevant to human disease. It will be useful to those involved in experimental biology and medical research.
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Nutrition Breeding and Management of Experimental Animals
Frequently Occurring Diseases of Animals Under Laboratory
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