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This study was conducted to investigate the presence of total carnitine, free carnitine, short-chain acyl carnitine, long-chain acyl carnitine, acyl carnitine levels and the ratio of acyl carnitine to free carnitine in erythrocytes, whole blood and plasma of Arabian sand gazelles (Gazella...
The efficacy of hexoses, their intermediates and analogues, as substrates for glutathione (GSH) regeneration, were tested in rabbit and guinea-pig erythrocytes. Glucose was found to be the most effective substrate in both species. Compared to glucose, the efficacy of other substrates were:...
For the preclinical safety assessment of recombinant human haematopoietic growth factors, the in vitro bone marrow progenitor cell assays could provide valuable information that can be used to select appropriate biologically responsive animal species and to predict the potential toxicity and...
Blood samples were obtained from clinically normal aviary housed houbara bustards (Chlamydotis undulata macqueenii) sampled promptly (<10 min) after capture in order to establish reference values for creatine kinase (CK) and lactate dehydrogenase (LDH). Plasma CK and LDH values (mean±SEM U/l...
In order to study the morphology of the haematopoietic cells of the native ducks of the north of Iran, bone marrow samples were collected from the proximal tibiotarsus bone of 10 healthy adult ducks. The bone marrow smears were stained using the Giemsa technique. The results indicated that the...
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