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activities of differing intensity. Materials and Methods Animals —Pet dogs belonging to staff and students of the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania were recruited to participate in the study. On the basis of medical history

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. The unpaired Student t test was used to compare findings among dog groups. The paired Student t test was used to assess the effects of agonists on PNA formation and to compare those effects among various concentrations of agonists. Values of

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for teaching of veterinary students in an abdominal surgery laboratory and were enrolled at the completion of that laboratory. Approval for the study was granted by the University of Florida Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Abdominal

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data were adjusted by use of logarithmic transformation. Adjusted serum C3 titers for the control and PLN groups were compared by use of a Student t test. Ages of the healthy dogs and dogs with PLN were found to be normally distributed (Kolmogorov

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owned by faculty and students of Kansas State University, and 3 dogs were research Beagles used in a previous noninvasive study and awaiting adoption. All dogs had a full physical examination, including an ophthalmic assessment performed by a board

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-assay variability of dual TEG tracings in the same cats. Materials and Methods Cats —Forty clinically healthy staff- or student-owned cats were initially included in the study. Two-dimensional and M-mode echocardiographic examination was performed by a board

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and use committee. Companion dogs belonging to the staff, students, and clients of the School of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania were recruited to enroll in the study. All enrollees were determined to be healthy on the basis of a

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NMH concentrations in dogs with protein-losing enteropathy. Materials and Methods Specimen collection —Urine specimens were obtained via midstream catch during natural voiding from pet dogs (n = 6; control dogs) owned by students and staff of the

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, 95% confidence intervals, and a paired Student t test were used. The mean PSL and PCL values among unobstructed, TCO, and FRO teats were analyzed via 1-way ANOVA with a post hoc test (Tukey-Kramer multiple comparisons test). Differences were

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the 3- and 5-hour samples for calculation of 2-sample iohexol clearance. Statistical analysis —All results are expressed as mean values or 95% confidence intervals constructed by the Student procedure. 33 As an index of dispersion, the SD values are

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