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each toxin at each adsorbent dilution and used for statistical analysis. For each dilution, ODs for samples with adsorbent material were compared p with findings for their tox+/ads– control sample by use of paired Student t tests. For any given toxin

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compared by use of a 1-tailed unpaired Student t test. The serum antibody GMTs for the vaccinated and non-vaccinated control birds at the prechallenge (day 0) and each postchallenge time point were also compared by use of a 1-tailed unpaired Student t

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analysis —Age and body weight (2-tailed Student t test) and sex distribution (Fisher exact test) were compared between treatment groups for values recorded at baseline. For variables measured at multiple time points, a 2-way repeated-measures ANOVA was

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variables of interest between cell cultures incubated with and without addition of pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate were analyzed by use of the paired student t test. A value of P < 0.05 was considered significant. Results MAP-induced signaling

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experiments were evaluated. Results were expressed as mean ± SD. Differences between cell cultures incubated with and without addition of JNK/SAPK inhibitor were analyzed by use of the paired Student t test. Values of P < 0.05 were considered significant

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1983 ; 96 : 81 – 85 . 8. Schnurrenberger PR , Swango LJ , Bowman GM , et al. Bovine papular stomatitis incidence in veterinary students . Can J Comp Med 1980 ; 44 : 239 – 243 . 9. Becher P , König M , Müller G , et al

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groups. A 2-sample Student t test was used to compare the mean corneal epithelial leukocyte count (No. of leukocytes/mm 2 corneal tissue) between the 2 treatment groups for the left and right eyes on day 10. Fisher exact tests were used to compare the

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hour of contact/wk with a dog. Recruitment was from the faculty, staff, and student body of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, other departments within the University of Tennessee, and a private local business. Compliance

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and Cmax comparisons between groups that received implants E or F were assessed by use of a Student t test for unpaired data. Results with values of P < 0.05 were considered significant. Where a significant difference in pharmacokinetic parameters

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pathogens at specific times after infection were evaluated by means of logistic regression. Interactions between diet and sex were also assessed. Results are reported as OR and 95% CI. Duration of hospitalization was compared between groups with the Student

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