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control dogs). The number of microvessels was counted. The mean number of microvessels was calculated for each dog and each group and compared via the Student t test (normality of data distribution was confirmed with the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, and

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by use of commercially available software. f A paired Student t test was used to compare pharmacokinetic parameters in serum between the compounded formulation and the commercially available product. The CSF samples obtained after administration of

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ferritin over time were determined for each experimental horse by use of regression analysis. Changes in blood concentrations of vitamin E, copper, vitamin A, ferritin, and selenium were assessed with a 1-sample Student t test. For analytes that changed

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examination of histograms and estimation of the skewness, kurtosis, and Shapiro-Wilk test statistic. The mean age and body weight were determined for both groups and compared by means of a 2-tailed unpaired Student t test for equal or unequal variances as

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within compared data sets was tested for normality with the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test. Student t tests were used to compare the following in normal populations: overlap of the atlas and axis, relative size of the axial spinous process, and radiographic

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. 28. Williams DG . The chemistry of essential oils: an introduction for aromatherapists, beauticians, retailers & students . Weymouth, England : Micelle Press , 1996 . 29. Watt M . Plant aromatics: a data and reference manual on essential

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; erythrocyte SOD1 activity; plasma concentrations of total proteins, vitamins E and A, and lipid hydroperoxidases; and plasma GSHPx activity was evaluated via the Student t test. The standard curve for SOD1 activity was estimated through linear regression

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therapeutic range defined for humans (5 to 45 μg/mL) was determined. Student t tests g were used to compare elimination rate constants between routes of administration to detect a flip-flop effect. Results Adverse effects after oral or IV

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degree of expression were determined for each gene. The Student t test was used to evaluate differences between expression scores in nervous-tissue specimens from control and diseased dogs. A value of P ≤ 0.05 was considered significant. Results

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continuously measured with a multiparameter monitor. g Respiratory rate, heart rate, and rectal temperature were monitored manually and intermittently. Veterinary students performed various surgical procedures on the dogs (including splenectomy, cystotomy

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