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has focused on in vitro elution. 8 – 12 In vitro elution carboplatin studies have mostly been performed in PBS including release from poloxamer 407 8 and release into a gelatin block to mimic tissue. 13 Elution studies in plasma might more closely

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plasma from donor horses hyperimmunized against R equi . 9 While most experimental and field studies 9 – 18 have demonstrated reduced incidence or severity of rhodocccal pneumonia following transfusion of R equi hyperimmune plasma (REHIP

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atmospheric plasma sterilization, which is sterilization that uses partially ionized gas (cold plasma) at room temperature (23°C) and atmospheric pressure (101.325 kPa), is an alternative method with various potential applications beyond sterilization of

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. Nonthermal plasma is produced by electric discharge in liquid or air and is referred to as the fourth state of matter. 8,9 Commonly encountered plasmas are found in fluorescent light, electric welders, and lightning. 9 The generation of plasma produces

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history, water quality analyses, physical examination, skin scrapings, and fin and gill biopsies. 3 Even for veterinarians who commonly treat pet fish, the plasma biochemical panel is not commonly performed because of expense, a lack of reference

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Introduction Blood (plasma and serum) TP concentration in veterinary medicine is measured routinely by means of external laboratory and in-clinic biochemistry analyzers, which use the biuret assay (spectrophotometry) and detect peptide bonds

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through the control of food intake and energy balance. 9 In humans, administration of glucocorticoids increases plasma leptin concentrations. 10-12 In addition, human patients with hyperadrenocorticism (ie, Cushing syndrome) have high blood leptin

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n-6 vs n-9) may also play a role in susceptibility to ventricular arrhythmia. For example, studies 8-11 reveal that increasing plasma n-3 fatty acid concentrations through dietary supplementation or IV administration reduces arrhythmia number in

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Equine plasma and its constituents are valuable and potentially life-saving resources used by diagnostic laboratories, researchers, veterinarians, and physicians. Equine plasma may be incorporated into culture media or used as the matrix in

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multiple factors, including management practices and pathogen exposure potential. Plasma concentrations of immunoglobulins (specifically IgG) in foals that develop septicemia are significantly lower than concentrations in unaffected foals. 1 Complete FPT

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