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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 61, Number 2, April 2011

Editorial

Open Access New Policy Regarding Use of Unpublished Information in the AALAS Journals
pp. 108-108(1)
Authors: Toth, Linda A; Compton, Susan; Tolwani, Ravi; Bagaglio, Melissa H

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Original Research: Mouse models

Open Access Capacity for Resolution of Ras–MAPK-Initiated Early Pathogenic Myocardial Hypertrophy Modeled in Mice
pp. 109-118(10)
Authors: Wei, Bih-Rong; Martin, Philip L; Hoover, Shelley B; Spehalski, Elizabeth; Kumar, Mia; Hoenerhoff, Mark J; Rozenberg, Julian; Vinson, Charles; Simpson, R Mark

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Open Access Development of a Mouse Model for Assessing Fatigue during Chemotherapy
pp. 119-130(12)
Authors: Ray, Maria A; Trammell, Rita A; Verhulst, Steve; Ran, Sophia; Toth, Linda A

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Original Research: Rat models

Open Access Biometric Evidence of Diet-Induced Obesity in Lew/Crl Rats
pp. 131-137(7)
Authors: Schmiedt, Chad W; Gogal, Robert M; Harvey, Stephen B; Torres, Amanda K; Jarrett, Carla L; Uhl, Elizabeth W; Hurley, David J

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Open Access Effects of Short-Term Fasting in Male Sprague–Dawley Rats
pp. 138-144(7)
Authors: Nowland, Megan H; Hugunin, Kelly MS; Rogers, Karen L

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Open Access Spermatogenesis in Ferret Testis Xenografts: A New Model
pp. 145-149(5)
Authors: Gourdon, Jim C; Travis, Alexander J

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Original Research: Swine models

Open Access Long-Term Evaluation of a Selective Retrograde Coronary Venous Perfusion Model in Pigs (Sus Scrofa Domestica)
pp. 150-157(8)
Authors: Harig, Frank; Schmidt, Joachim; Hoyer, Evelyn; Eckl, Sebastian; Adamek, Edytha; Ertel, Dirk; Nooh, Ehab; Amann, Kerstin; Weyand, Michael; Ensminger, Stephan M

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Open Access A Model of Hemorrhagic Shock and Acute Lung Injury in Landrace–Large White Swine
pp. 158-162(5)
Authors: Xanthos, Theodoros T; Balkamou, Xanthippi A; Stroumpoulis, Kostantinos I; Pantazopoulos, Ioannis N; Rokas, Georgios I; Agrogiannis, Georgios D; Troupis, Georgios T; Demestiha, Theano D; Skandalakis, Panagiotis N

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Original Research: Nonhuman Primate model

Open Access Association of Brain-Type Natriuretic Protein and Cardiac Troponin I with Incipient Cardiovascular Disease in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
pp. 163-169(7)
Authors: Ely, John J; Zavaskis, Tony; Lammey, Michael L; Sleeper, Meg M; Lee, D Rick

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Open Access Risk Factors for Dystocia in Pigtailed Macaques (Macaca nemestrina)
pp. 170-175(6)
Authors: Stockinger, Diane E; Torrence, Anne E; Hukkanen, Renee R; Vogel, Keith W; Hotchkiss, Charlotte E; Ha, James C

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Case Study

Open Access Intracardiac Thrombosis and Aortic Dissecting Aneurysms in Mustached Tamarins (Saguinus mystax) with Cardiomyopathy
pp. 176-181(6)
Authors: Gozalo, Alfonso S; Ragland, Dan R; StClaire, Marisa C; Elkins, William R; Michaud, Carmen R

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