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Comparative Medicine (CM), an international journal of comparative and experimental medicine, is the leading English-language publication in the field and is ranked by the Science Citation Index in the upper third of all scientific journals. The mission of CM is to disseminate high-quality, peer-reviewed information that expands biomedical knowledge and promotes human and animal health through the study of laboratory animal disease, animal models of disease, and basic biologic mechanisms related to disease in people and animals.

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Publisher: American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

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Volume 47, Number 6, December 1997

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Open Access Animal Well-Being I. General Considerations
pp. 564-570(7)
Authors: Clark, J. Derrell; Rager, Dawn R.; Calpin, Janet P.

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Open Access Animal Well-Being II. Stress and Distress
pp. 571-579(9)
Authors: Clark, J. Derrell; Rager, Dawn R.; Calpin, Janet P.

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Open Access Animal Well-Being III. An Overview of Assessment
pp. 580-585(6)
Authors: Clark, J. Derrell; Rager, Dawn R.; Calpin, Janet P.

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Open Access Animal Well-Being IV. Specific Assessment Criteria
pp. 586-597(12)
Authors: Clark, J. Derrell; Rager, Dawn R.; Calpin, Janet P.

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Open Access Spontaneous Osteoarthritis in Dunkin Hartley Guinea Pigs: Histologic, Radiologic, and Biochemical Changes
pp. 598-601(4)
Authors: Jimenez, Pablo A.; Glasson, Sonya S.; Trubetskoy, Olga V.; Haimes, Howard B.

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Open Access Lack of Reactivation of Shigellosis in Naturally Infected Enrofloxacin-Treated Cynomolgus Monkeys After Exogenous Immunosuppression
pp. 602-605(4)
Authors: Black-Schultz, Linda; Coatney, Robert W.; Warnick, Charles L.; Swif, Barbara

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Open Access Pancreatic Exocrine Studies in Intact Animals: Historic and Current Methods
pp. 606-616(11)
Authors: Niebergall-Roth, Elke; Teyssen, Stephan; Singer, Manfred V.

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Open Access Predictive Value of Several Signs of Infection as Surrogate Markers for Mortality in a Neutropenic Guinea Pig Model of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Sepsis
pp. 617-623(7)
Authors: Louie, Arnold; Liu, Weiguo; Liu, Qing-Feng; Sucke, Alana C.; Miller, Dorothy A.; Battles, August; Miller, Michael H.

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Open Access Retrospective Evaluation of Cardiopulmonary and Acid-Base Variables During Long-Term Balanced Anesthesia for Experimental Surgery in Dogs
pp. 624-631(8)
Authors: Otto, Klaus A.; Weber, Benno P.; Jacobi, Markus; Hedrich, Hans-J├╝rgen

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Open Access The Guinea Pig Estrous Cycle: Correlation of Vaginal Impedance Measurements with Vaginal Cytologic Findings
pp. 632-637(6)
Authors: Lilley, Kenneth G.; Epping, Ronald J.; Hafner, Louise M.

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Open Access Diagnostic Exercise: Illness, Cutaneous Hemorrhage, and Death in Two Squirrel Monkeys (Saimiri sciureus)
pp. 647-649(3)
Authors: Waggie, Kimberly S.; Day-Lollini, Patricia A.; Murphy-Hackley, Peggy A.; Blum, Joanne R.; Morrow, Gary W.

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Open Access Specific-Pathogen-Free Conditions Enhance Inflammatory Bowel Disease in T-Cell Receptor Knockout, but not C3H/HeJBir Mice
pp. 650-655(6)
Authors: Gaskins, H. Rex; Vondrak-Juergens, Gretchen L.; McCracken, Barbara A.; Woolsey, Julie H.

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Open Access Effects of Infusion Rates in Rats Receiving Repeated Large Volumes of Saline Solution Intravenously
pp. 656-659(4)
Authors: Morton, Daniel; Safron, Joseph A.; Rice, Deborah W.; Wilson, Daniel M.; White, Randy D.

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