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for blood gene expression, heart rate, and respiratory rate required logarithmic transformation to fit the ANOVA's normal distribution assumptions. Transformed data are reported as geometric means with 95% CI. All other data are reported as least

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, heart and respiratory rates, rectal temperature, and trembling, was conducted once 15 minutes before and every 15 minutes for 6 hours after LPS infusion. Sample collection and analysis –-Fifteen and 5 minutes before and 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90

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). Heart rate, respiratory rate, and rectal temperature significantly ( P < 0.001) increased and WBC count significantly ( P < 0.001) decreased in all treatment groups following LPS administration. Horses in the dexamethasone group had significantly

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day before experiments commenced, and rectal temperature, heart rate, and respiratory rate were recorded. Testing started by 8:30 am on each test day (all times were Eastern Standard Time), with testing completed by 10:30 am when the TRH

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PPID. Rectal temperature, heart rate, and respiratory rate were measured before each TRH stimulation test. All tests were performed in the morning approximately 2 hours after horses were fed their normal ration of hay and grain. TRH solutions

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—Appearance, attitude, appetite, water intake, rectal temperature, heart and respiratory rates, mucous membrane color, capillary refill time, gastrointestinal tract sounds, and consistency of feces were recorded for each horse in groups A and B at 0 hours

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halide (usually chloride) are converted to several toxic metabolites, including hydroxyl radicals, chlorine, singlet oxygen, and chloramines; therefore, much of the bactericidal activity of neutrophils that follows the respiratory burst is dependent on

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animal circle breathing system, and the lungs were ventilated l with oxygen by use of a tidal volume of 10 mL/kg and respiratory rate adjusted to achieve Petco 2 of 45 ± 5 mm Hg. 19 Anesthesia was maintained with isoflurane m in oxygen administered

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-21,23 we predicted that there would be no adverse effects after parenteral administration of NaGlu at the dosages used in our experiments. To monitor for potential adverse effects during infusions, heart rate, respiratory rate, capillary refill time, and an

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