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"Swine as Models in Biomedical Research" is based on the proceedings of the Seventh Charles River International Symposium, which called upon recognised experts in the use of swine as animal models in various biomedical fields to present overview talks in their areas of interest. They provide thorough coverage of the use of swine as animal models, including immunology, organ transplantation, neonatology, renal failure, hypertension, anaesthesiology, cardiopulmonary bypass, cardiovascular pharmacology, atherosclerosis, interventional radiology, myocardial infarction, congenital heart disease, shock, and wound healing. Their writing also reflects the increased interest by biomedical researchers in the use of miniature pigs and micropigs instead of commercial farm breeds in the laboratory. Of value both to established investigators familiar with swine as well as to junior investigators who are starting their careers of who are unfamiliar with the species, this book will be useful to laboratory researchers as well as to veterinarians and technical personnel involved with service functions related to research projects using swine.
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Book Description Iowa State University Press, 1992. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0813814723