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Lasting Retinal Injury In A Mouse Model Of Blast-Induced Trauma, Najiba Mammadova, Shivani Ghaisas, Gary Zenitsky, Donald S. Sakaguchi, Anumantha Kanthasamy, Justin J. Greenlee, M. Heather West Greenlee Jul 2017

Lasting Retinal Injury In A Mouse Model Of Blast-Induced Trauma, Najiba Mammadova, Shivani Ghaisas, Gary Zenitsky, Donald S. Sakaguchi, Anumantha Kanthasamy, Justin J. Greenlee, M. Heather West Greenlee

Genetics, Development and Cell Biology Publications

Traumatic brain injury due to blast exposure is currently the most prevalent of war injuries. Although secondary ocular blast injuries due to flying debris are more common, primary ocular blast exposure resulting from blast wave pressure has been reported among survivors of explosions, but with limited understanding of the resulting retinal pathologies. Using a compressed air-driven shock tube system, adult male and female C57BL/6 mice were exposed to blast wave pressure of 300 kPa (43.5 psi) per day for 3 successive days, and euthanized 30 days after injury. We assessed retinal tissues using immunofluorescence for glial fibrillary acidic ...


Alterations Of The Ileal And Colonic Mucosal Microbiota In Canine Chronic Enteropathies, Eric Cassmann, Robin White, Todd Atherly, Chong Wang, Yaxuan Sun, Samir Khoda, Curtis L. Mosher, Mark R. Ackermann, Albert Jergens Feb 2016

Alterations Of The Ileal And Colonic Mucosal Microbiota In Canine Chronic Enteropathies, Eric Cassmann, Robin White, Todd Atherly, Chong Wang, Yaxuan Sun, Samir Khoda, Curtis L. Mosher, Mark R. Ackermann, Albert Jergens

Veterinary Clinical Sciences Publications

Background

The intestinal microbiota is increasingly linked to the pathogenesis of chronic enteropathies (CE) in dogs. While imbalances in duodenal and fecal microbial communities have been associated with mucosal inflammation, relatively little is known about alterations in mucosal bacteria seen with CE involving the ileum and colon.

Aim

To investigate the composition and spatial organization of mucosal microbiota in dogs with CE and controls.

Methods

Tissue sections from endoscopic biopsies of the ileum and colon from 19 dogs with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), 6 dogs with granulomatous colitis (GC), 12 dogs with intestinal neoplasia, and 15 controls were studied by ...


Characterization Of Structure And Function Of The Mouse Retina Using Pattern Electroretinography, Pupil Light Reflex, And Optical Coherence Tomography, Kabhilan Mohan, Matthew M. Harper, Helga Kecova, Eun-Ah Ye, Tatjana Lazic, Donald S. Sakaguchi, Randy H. Kardon, Sinisa D. Grozdanic, Cr: Biomed Vision Technologies, Neuroptics Inc. Sep 2012

Characterization Of Structure And Function Of The Mouse Retina Using Pattern Electroretinography, Pupil Light Reflex, And Optical Coherence Tomography, Kabhilan Mohan, Matthew M. Harper, Helga Kecova, Eun-Ah Ye, Tatjana Lazic, Donald S. Sakaguchi, Randy H. Kardon, Sinisa D. Grozdanic, Cr: Biomed Vision Technologies, Neuroptics Inc.

Genetics, Development and Cell Biology Publications

Objective  To perform in vivo analysis of retinal functional and structural parameters in healthy mouse eyes.

Animal Studied  Adult C57BL/6 male mice (n = 37).

Procedures  Retinal function was evaluated using pattern electroretinography (pERG) and the chromatic pupil light reflex (cPLR). Structural properties of the retina and nerve fiber layer (NFL) were evaluated using spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT).

Results  The average pERG amplitudes were found to be 11.2 ± 0.7 μV (P50-N95, mean ± SEM), with an implicit time for P50-N95 interval of 90.4 ± 5.4 ms. Total retinal thickness was 229.5 ± 1.7 μm (mean ± SEM ...


Mixed-Surface, Lipid-Tethered Quantum Dots For Targeting Cells And Tissues, Yanjie Zhang, Amanda Haage, Elizabeth M. Whitley, Ian C. Schneider, Aaron R. Clapp Jun 2012

Mixed-Surface, Lipid-Tethered Quantum Dots For Targeting Cells And Tissues, Yanjie Zhang, Amanda Haage, Elizabeth M. Whitley, Ian C. Schneider, Aaron R. Clapp

Chemical and Biological Engineering Publications

Quantum dots (QDs), with their variable luminescent properties, are rapidly transcending traditional labeling techniques in biological imaging and hold vast potential for biosensing applications. An obstacle in any biosensor development is targeted specificity. Here we report a facile procedure for creating QDs targeted to the cell membrane with the goal of cell-surface protease biosensing. This procedure generates water-soluble QDs with variable coverage of lipid functional groups. The resulting hydrophobicity is quantitatively controlled by the molar ratio of lipids per QD. Appropriate tuning of the hydrophobicity ensures solubility in common aqueous cell culture media and while providing affinity to the lipid ...


Detection Of Flaviviruses And Orthobunyaviruses In Mosquitoes In The Yucatan Peninsula Of Mexico In 2008, Jose A. Farfan-Ale, Maria A. Loroño-Pino, Julian E. Garcia-Rejon, Victor Soto, Ming Lin, Molly Staley, Karin S. Dorman, Lyric C. Bartholomay, Einat Hovav, Bradley J. Blitvich Oct 2010

Detection Of Flaviviruses And Orthobunyaviruses In Mosquitoes In The Yucatan Peninsula Of Mexico In 2008, Jose A. Farfan-Ale, Maria A. Loroño-Pino, Julian E. Garcia-Rejon, Victor Soto, Ming Lin, Molly Staley, Karin S. Dorman, Lyric C. Bartholomay, Einat Hovav, Bradley J. Blitvich

Entomology Publications

A total of 191,244 mosquitoes from 24 species were collected in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico from January to December 2008, and tested for the presence of cytopathic virus by virus isolation in Vero cells. Eighteen virus isolates were obtained, all of which were orthobunyaviruses. These were identified by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and nucleotide sequencing as Cache Valley virus (n = 17) and South River virus (n = 1). A subset (n = 20,124) of Culex quinquefasciatus collected throughout the year was further tested by RT-PCR using flavivirus-specific primers. Flavivirus RNA was present in this mosquito species year-round. The ...


Detection Of Bovine T Lymphocyte Subsets Specific For Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus And Bovine Herpesvirus 1 Following Vaccination And Experimental Exposure , Janice Jones Endsley Jan 2000

Detection Of Bovine T Lymphocyte Subsets Specific For Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus And Bovine Herpesvirus 1 Following Vaccination And Experimental Exposure , Janice Jones Endsley

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) and bovine herpesvirus 1 (BHV-1) cause economically important diseases in cattle that are not completely controlled by current vaccines. The T lymphocytes are known to serve an important role in immunity to these diseases. Cattle have CD4+, CD8 +, and gammadelta subsets of T lymphocytes that have both complementary and redundant roles in disease resistance. Determining the relatively unknown contribution of different T lymphocyte subsets in the immune response to BVDV and BHV-1 may significantly advance vaccine development and further describe the bovine immune system. Expression of the interleukin-2 receptor alpha chain (CD25) was used to ...


Characterization Of Intracellular Survival Of Mycobacterium Avium Subspecies Paratuberculosis In J774 Murine Macrophages , Jesse Michael Hostetter Jan 2000

Characterization Of Intracellular Survival Of Mycobacterium Avium Subspecies Paratuberculosis In J774 Murine Macrophages , Jesse Michael Hostetter

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (M. a. ptb) is the causative agent of Johne's disease, a progressive diarrheal disease of wild and domestic ruminants. Like other pathogenic species of mycobacteria, M. a. ptb is an intracellular pathogen of monocytes and monocyte-derived macrophages. In this dissertation we tested the hypothesis that M. a. ptb survives within macrophages by inhibition of acidification and maturation of the phagosomal compartment in which it resides;Chapter 1 consists of a general introduction and a literature review of recent reports concerning normal phagosomal maturation and maturation of the mycobacterial phagosome. Chapter 2 characterizes acidification of the ...


Effect Of The Presence Of The Mammary Gland On Periparturient Immunosuppression In Dairy Cows , Kayoko Kimura Jan 1999

Effect Of The Presence Of The Mammary Gland On Periparturient Immunosuppression In Dairy Cows , Kayoko Kimura

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Impaired neutrophil and lymphocyte function during the periparturient period is a contributing factor to the high incidence of infectious disease observed in the periparturient cow. Using 8 multiparous Jersey cows, we demonstrated that populations of T cells, especially T helper cells and gd T cells declined during the periparturient period coincident with reported losses of immune cell function;We hypothesized that milk production may be an important immunosuppressive factor. To test this hypothesis, we used 10 mastectomized and 8 intact multiparous Jersey cows and examined phenotype of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC), adhesion molecule expression and myeloperoxidase activity in neutrophils ...


The Role Of Astrocytes In Alzheimer's Disease , Aleksandra Parpura-Gill Jan 1998

The Role Of Astrocytes In Alzheimer's Disease , Aleksandra Parpura-Gill

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

beta-amyloid is the primary protein component of neuritic plaques, which are degenerative foci in brains of patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD). The effects of this naturally occurring beta-amyloid on the cells of the central nervous system have not been completely understood. The effect of cytokines such as IL-1beta, TNF-alpha, and IFN-gamma on astrocytic nitric oxide is well documented; however, the effects of beta-amyloid on astrocytes for their cytokine-mediated release of nitric oxide are not established. In the present study astrocytic release of nitric oxide was studied following exposure to beta-amyloid peptide (beta25-35) in combinations with IL-1, TNF-alpha or IFN-gamma ...


Brucella Abortus Strain Rb51 Infection Of Bovine Trophoblast Epithelial Cells: Characterization Of Receptor Signaling And Bacterial Outer Membrane Proteins , Dominique Jules Jean Emmanuel Brees Jan 1997

Brucella Abortus Strain Rb51 Infection Of Bovine Trophoblast Epithelial Cells: Characterization Of Receptor Signaling And Bacterial Outer Membrane Proteins , Dominique Jules Jean Emmanuel Brees

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

In 1995, a bovine brucellosis vaccine containing Brucella abortus strain RB51 was accepted for calfhood vaccination. However there is no objective serologic tests, such as ELISA, which detects antibodies specific for RB51-vaccinated cattle, and intravenous inoculation of pregnant animals with strain RB51 is followed by placentitis;To create an objective diagnostic test, antigenic outer membrane proteins from strain RB51 were isolated by Concanavalin A lectin affinity chromatography. One eluted protein of 35 kDa reacted in western blot analysis to every individual serum from strain RB51 and 2308 infected cattle. This protein may be a useful candidate antigen in developing a ...


Regulation Of Intracellular Calcium Release During Fertilization In Sea Urchin Eggs , Shyh-Jye Lee Jan 1997

Regulation Of Intracellular Calcium Release During Fertilization In Sea Urchin Eggs , Shyh-Jye Lee

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The requirement for both inositol-1,4,5 trisphosphate (InsP3) and ryanodine-sensitive intracellular Ca2+ release mechanisms during fertilization was studied in sea urchin eggs. The postulated pathway of cGMP-dependent protein kinase (PKG) activation of ADP-ribosyl cyclase for production of cADPR to activate the ryanodine receptor Ca2+ channel was tested with a variety of activators and inhibitors. Our observations are consistent with Ca2+ release by cGMP in the egg being dependent on an isoform of PKG that is distinct from the mammalian enzyme. PKG activity in the sea urchin egg was activated by cIMP and was insensitive to cGMP analogs, which are ...


Utilization Of Fatigued And Non-Fatigued Isolated Guinea-Pig Papillary Muscles And Ventricular Myocytes On The Comparison Of Inotropic, Chronotropic And Intracellular Calcium Changes Induced By Monensin And Digoxin , Ismail Meral Jan 1996

Utilization Of Fatigued And Non-Fatigued Isolated Guinea-Pig Papillary Muscles And Ventricular Myocytes On The Comparison Of Inotropic, Chronotropic And Intracellular Calcium Changes Induced By Monensin And Digoxin , Ismail Meral

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Experiment 1. We investigated the effects of monensin and digoxin on contraction force (CF), initial contraction velocity (ICV), average contraction velocity (ACV), initial relaxation velocity (IRV) and stimulus to response time (ST) change in fatigued (defined as the level at which papillary muscle contraction had lost 30% of its original contraction force with the elapse of time) and non-fatigued guinea-pig papillary muscles. The five hours of measurement in Experiment 3 were divided into five periods (T0 was equilibration, T1, T2, T3, and T4 were respectively one, two, three, and four hours after drug administration). We found that both monensin and ...


Mechanisms Of Arginine Vasopressin-Induced Insulin Secretion In Rinm5f Cells , Ter-Hsin Chen Jan 1996

Mechanisms Of Arginine Vasopressin-Induced Insulin Secretion In Rinm5f Cells , Ter-Hsin Chen

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The present study was to investigate the mechanism by which AVP increases insulin secretion in RINm5F cells. A specific PLC inhibitor, U-73122, and a PLA2 inhibitor, N-(p-amylcinnamoyl)anthranilic acid (ACA) were used. U-73122 (2-8 [mu]M) inhibited the AVP-induced increases in the intracellular concentration of inositol 1,3,4-trisphosphate and (Ca2+]i dose-dependently. U-73122 (8 [mu]M) abolished the AVP's effect on IP3 and (Ca2+]i, but it only reduced the AVP-induced increase in insulin secretion by 35%. The discrepancy between the results of (Ca2+]i and insulin secretion may be due to the multiple signal transduction pathways ...


Cloning Of Bovine Intercellular Adhesion Molecules And Characterization Of Expression Of Neutrophil Adhesion Molecules In Periparturient Cows And Calves , Eunkyung Lee Jan 1996

Cloning Of Bovine Intercellular Adhesion Molecules And Characterization Of Expression Of Neutrophil Adhesion Molecules In Periparturient Cows And Calves , Eunkyung Lee

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The interactions of circulating leukocytes with the endothelium represent a key point in the effector functions of the immune system by regulating the specificity and strength of cell-cell interactions. The recruitment of neutrophils to sites of inflammation is initiated by chemoattractants. The initial contact of neutrophils on vascular endothelial cells is a rolling interaction mediated by members of the selectin family. These include E-selectin and P-selectin on the surface of activated endothelial cells, and L-selectin on neutrophils. The subsequent activation of leukocyte [beta]2 integrins, which bind to the glycoprotein intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1) on endothelial cells, is essential for ...


Astrocyte Volume Regulation , Trent Allan Basarsky Jan 1996

Astrocyte Volume Regulation , Trent Allan Basarsky

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This dissertation deals with the regulation of synapse formation between cultured hippocampal neurons, and the volume dynamics of astrocytes during hyposmotic-induced swelling;The developmental time course of synapse formation in cultured hippocampal neurons was examined. After 12 days in culture (DIC) inhibitory and excitatory synapses formed which were sensitive to the N-type calcium channel antagonist [omega]-conotoxin GVIA ([omega]-CgTx) while, at 4 DIC, immature connections were present in which spontaneous, but rarely evoked, synaptic currents were detected. A comparison of 4 and 12 DIC neurons revealed the presence of the synaptic proteins rab3a, synapsin I, and synaptotagmin, but the ...


Ca2+ Signaling In Porcine Myometrial Cells: Ca2+ Channels, Intracellular Ca2+ Stores And Guanine Nucleotide-Binding Protein-Coupled Receptors , Ronghua Zhuge Jan 1995

Ca2+ Signaling In Porcine Myometrial Cells: Ca2+ Channels, Intracellular Ca2+ Stores And Guanine Nucleotide-Binding Protein-Coupled Receptors , Ronghua Zhuge

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Fura-2 spectrofluorometry and imaging, and whole-cell patch-clamp techniques were used to characterize Ca[superscript]2+ channels and intracellular Ca[superscript]2+ stores for exploring signal transduction of the oxytocin receptor and the [alpha][subscript] 2A-adrenergic receptor in freshly dispersed porcine myometrial cells. Two types of voltage-dependent Ca[superscript]2+ channels, i.e., L-type and T-type, were found in 8% of myometrial cells while in 92% of the cells, only L-type Ca[superscript]2+ channels were detected. The analysis of occurrence, voltage dependence and kinetics of Ca[superscript]2+ channels suggested that L-type channels were responsible for the delivery of Ca ...


Characterization Of A Rat Clonal [Beta]-Cell Line, Rinm5f, In A Passage- And Morphology-Dependent Manner , Bum-Sup Lee Jan 1995

Characterization Of A Rat Clonal [Beta]-Cell Line, Rinm5f, In A Passage- And Morphology-Dependent Manner , Bum-Sup Lee

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

A novel insulin-like immunoreactivity, adrenergic receptors (ARs) and voltage-dependent Ca[superscript]2+ channels (VDCCs) were characterized in a clonal [beta]-cell line, RINm5F, in a passage- and morphology-dependent manner. The cells exhibited two morphological features; the differentiated cells (DCs) with long neuron-like processes and the undifferentiated cells (UCs) without the processes;As morphology of the cells changed from DCs to UCs, amount of secreted insulin gradually decreased; however, insulin reacted to antiserum vs. bovine insulin (ABI) gradually increased from barely detectable amounts. Immunoblotting and immunocytochemistry showed that antiserum vs. rat insulin reacted with insulin from both cell types. ABI did ...


The Role(S) Of Arginine-Specific Mono(Adp-Ribosyl)Transferase In Skeletal Muscle Cells , Hui-Yu Huang Jan 1995

The Role(S) Of Arginine-Specific Mono(Adp-Ribosyl)Transferase In Skeletal Muscle Cells , Hui-Yu Huang

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The overall goal of this research project was to examine the biological function of arginine-specific mono(ADP-ribosyl) transferase in skeletal muscle cells. To better understand the function of this enzyme in skeletal muscle, the experimental approach to accomplish this goal consisted of two specific objectives. The first objective was to identify the protein substrates for this enzyme in myogenic cell cultures and cellular fractions. Embryonic chick primary muscle cell cultures were used as a working system for this purpose. In membrane fractions of 96-h myotube cultures incubated with [[superscript]32 P]NAD under conditions selected for mono(ADP-ribosyl)ation, proteins ...


Neuroligand-Evoked Release Of Excitatory Neurotransmitters From Cultured Glial Cells , Fang Liu Jan 1994

Neuroligand-Evoked Release Of Excitatory Neurotransmitters From Cultured Glial Cells , Fang Liu

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Neuroglia have multiple roles in nervous system which include the regulation of external potassium, the uptake of excitatory amino acids and releasing neurotransmitters such as glutamate and aspartate. There are three different mechanisms proposed for the release of glutamate. One of them is the calcium dependency of glutamate release; The second one is reversal of uptake of glutamate; Furosemide-sensitive release of glutamate from swelling cells is the third proposed mechanism;The objectives of this research are to determine whether neuroligand bradykinin (BK) and adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) can stimulate release of excitatory amino acid (EAA) glutamate and aspartate from cultured ...


Molecular Mechanisms Of Mycoplasma Hyopneumoniae Adherence To Swine Respiratory Epithelial Cells, Qijing Zhang Jan 1994

Molecular Mechanisms Of Mycoplasma Hyopneumoniae Adherence To Swine Respiratory Epithelial Cells, Qijing Zhang

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

A microtiter plate adherence assay for Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae was established by using purified swine tracheal cilia which are the natural targets for the mycoplasma. M. hyopneumoniae bound specifically to solubilized cilia immobilized onto microtiter plates. Dextran sulfate, heparin, chondroitin sulfate, laminin, mucin, and fucoidan significantly inhibited binding of the mycoplasmas to cilia. Heparin, mucin, fucoidan, and chondroitin sulfate interacted with the adhesins on the surface of mycoplasmas, whereas laminin blocked the receptors in cilia. Treatment of cilia with neuraminidase appeared to promote adherence of the mycoplasmas; whereas, treatment of cilia with sodium metaperiodate decreased the binding. In the second study ...


An Investigation Into The Role Of Arterial Wall Vibration In The Pathogenesis Of Atherosclerosis , Becky Bellatti Bittle Jan 1994

An Investigation Into The Role Of Arterial Wall Vibration In The Pathogenesis Of Atherosclerosis , Becky Bellatti Bittle

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Fifty percent of all the deaths in the Western world can be attributed to diseases of the cardiovascular system. A major player amongst these diseases is atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is the localized thickening of the arterial wall and is primarily due to the proliferation of fibrous tissue and smooth muscle cells in conjunction with the deposition of lipids within the wall. The hypothesis investigated was that high frequency, low amplitude vibratory environments similar to those found in regions of disturbed flow, which are coincident with intimal thickenings, the earliest stage of atherosclerosis, do elicit a proliferative response in vascular smooth muscle ...


Biochemical Composition Of The Spermatozoal Plasma Membrane In Normal And Heat-Stressed Boars , Gary Carl Althouse Jan 1992

Biochemical Composition Of The Spermatozoal Plasma Membrane In Normal And Heat-Stressed Boars , Gary Carl Althouse

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The biochemical composition of ejaculated spermatozoal plasma membranes from normal-control (n = 4) and heat-stressed (n = 4) paired, sibling boars was assessed over a 9-week collection period. A total of 36 ejaculates were collected from the normal-control boars. Phospholipids (PL) accounted for 83.5% of the membrane lipid material, with sterols making up the remaining 16.5%. Phosphatidylcholine was the most abundant PL (56.6%), followed by sphingomyelin (16.6%), phosphatidylglycerides (11.0%), lysophosphatidylcholine (9.0%), phosphatidylethanolamine (5.8%), and phosphatidylinositol (1.0%). Cholesterol was the major sterol found in the sperm's plasma membrane (72.1%), with desmosterol being the ...


Relaxin And Progesterone Secretion From Aging Corpora Lutea And Relaxin's Action On The Uterine Cervix Of The Pig , Chang-Jiang Huang Jan 1991

Relaxin And Progesterone Secretion From Aging Corpora Lutea And Relaxin's Action On The Uterine Cervix Of The Pig , Chang-Jiang Huang

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Relaxin and progesterone are produced in the corpora lutea of the pig. In hysterectomized gilts, insulin-like growth factor I, luteinizing hormone; and prolactin alone or in combination increase progesterone production by aging luteal tissue from day 110 post-estrus, but they are ineffective at days 113 and 116. In contrast, the same hormone treatments increase relaxin production by these luteal tissues from days 110 and 113 compared with those tissues from the animals on day 116. Insulin-like growth factor I augments the ability of luteinizing hormone and prolactin to increase progesterone and relaxin production by aging corpora lutea;The primary physiological ...


Infected Cell Types In The Ovine Lung Following Exposure To Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus , James Toby Meehan Jan 1991

Infected Cell Types In The Ovine Lung Following Exposure To Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus , James Toby Meehan

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Immunohistochemical and lung organ culture techniques were developed and used to detect bovine respiratory syncytial virus-infected cell types in ovine lung tissue. Lung tissue was evaluated from sheep inoculated with bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV) and from lung organ slices inoculated with BRSV in vitro. Infected sheep were killed at intervals from 0.5 to 8 days post-inoculation. Histological changes consisted of bronchiolitis, interstitial pneumonitis and pneumonia with exudates of neutrophils, lymphocytes and macrophages. Interstitial infiltrates consisted of peribronchiolar and perivascular lymphocytes and macrophages which extended into alveolar septa. Foci of infection were very sparse as determined by immunohistochemistry. Bovine ...


The Embryological Development And Physiology Of The Endocrine Organs Of The Common Fowl (Gallus Domesticus) , Walter George Venzke Jan 1942

The Embryological Development And Physiology Of The Endocrine Organs Of The Common Fowl (Gallus Domesticus) , Walter George Venzke

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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