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imprecise can lead to incorrect diagnoses, inappropriate courses of action, and, potentially, patient harm. These expectations apply to in-clinic biochemistry analyzer systems, which have proliferated in general veterinary practice over the past decade

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the organ in question and can provide a definitive diagnosis, physical examination findings and less invasive, indirect diagnostics, including plasma biochemistry analysis and diagnostic imaging, are often used for initial assessment, presumptive

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in dogs with osteoarthritis. Therefore, TGF-β should be considered as a therapeutic target for osteoarthritis in dogs. Acknowledgments Presented in part as an abstract at the meeting of the Specialist Group for Physiology and Biochemistry of

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dogs measured in whole blood analyzed with a variety of portable analyzers with the blood glucose concentration measured in serum samples analyzed with a laboratory biochemistry analyzer, which was used as the reference test. Ultimately, we wanted to

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, Schnelldorf, Germany. c. Provided by Jacek Bardowski and Joanna Zylińska, Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland. d. TissueRuptor rotor-stator homogenizer, Qiagen GmbH, Hilden, Germany. e. Trizol reagent

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. Harper's illustrated biochemistry . 28th ed. New York : McGraw-Hill Co , 2003 ; 205 – 218 .

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neonatal foals. The first objective of this study was to assess the pharmacokinetics of multiple oral doses of acetaminophen administered to neonatal foals with a second objective of evaluating the hematology and biochemistry parameters over the 2-week

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biochemistry to evaluate for systemic health. In addition, blood (approx 2 mL) collection was attempted at 3, 6, 12, 24, and 48 hours and 7, 14, and 21 days postbead placement in lithium heparin tubes. Blood was collected from either the jugular vein or lateral

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. Biochemistry . 1992 ; 31 : 12688 – 12694 . 1472506 14. Cole AM , Weis P , Diamond G . Isolation and characterization of pleurocidin, an antimicrobial peptide in the skin secretions of winter flounder . J Biol Chem . 1997 ; 272 ( 18 ): 12008

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