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1925 1
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1929 1
1934 1
1935 1
1936 2
1938 4
1939 3
1940 5
1941 1
1942 5
1943 26
1944 157
1945 11804
1946 39295
1947 47985
1948 50089
1949 44061
1950 66656
1951 79627
1952 79868
1953 79784
1954 77369
1955 80518
1956 80076
1957 84864
1958 83460
1959 83098
1960 82652
1961 89121
1962 95808
1963 111645
1964 128360
1965 141646
1966 143727
1967 152154
1968 161784
1969 166397
1970 166150
1971 172836
1972 179427
1973 183860
1974 189280
1975 200450
1976 203859
1977 212088
1978 222810
1979 235067
1980 237506
1981 241205
1982 250792
1983 264191
1984 276861
1985 287900
1986 298590
1987 312665
1988 327091
1989 342964
1990 350404
1991 348251
1992 350718
1993 358078
1994 365412
1995 374311
1996 381795
1997 392904
1998 405808
1999 416577
2000 436649
2001 450242
2002 465536
2003 492114
2004 520518
2005 563691
2006 601150
2007 629315
2008 660815
2009 686858
2010 730704
2011 781136
2012 820543
2013 865952
2014 888509
2015 902614
2016 893793
2017 885295
2018 848220
2019 359166
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Parthenogenesis
Mittwoch U. J Med Genet 1978 - Review. PMID 353283 Free PMC article.
What is a lab animal?
Neff EP. Lab Anim (NY) 2018. PMID 30143777
Abiotrophy in domestic animals: a review.
de Lahunta A. Can J Vet Res 1990 - Review. PMID 2407332 Free PMC article.
This review of abiotrophies in domestic animals has been organized by the predominate anatomical location of the lesion. Secondary considerations include the major signs of the clinical disorder and special neuropathological features. ...
This review of abiotrophies in domestic animals has been organized by the predominate anatomical location of the lesion. Secondary considerations include the major signs of the clinical disorder and special neuropathological features. ...
Arthropods in dermatology
Steen CJ, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol 2004 - Review. PMID 15153881
Animals in these two classes are probably responsible for more morbidity and mortality worldwide than are any other group of venomous creatures. ...
Animals in these two classes are probably responsible for more morbidity and mortality worldwide than are any other group of venomous creatures. ...
Bile salt evolution
Haslewood GA. J Lipid Res 1967 - Review. PMID 4862128 Free article.
Viewed against the background of known or supposed biosynthetic pathways for cholic and chenodeoxycholic acids in man and laboratory animals, the chemical nature of bile salts in more primitive animals clearly indicates that evolution from C(27), 5alpha-alcohol sulfates to C(24), 5beta-acids has taken place. ...
Viewed against the background of known or supposed biosynthetic pathways for cholic and chenodeoxycholic acids in man and laboratory animals, the chemical nature of bile salts in more primitive animals clearly indicates that evolution from C(27), 5alpha-alcohol sulfates to C(24), 5beta …
A major review on disorders of the animal lacrimal drainage systems: Evolutionary perspectives and comparisons with humans
Ali MJ, et al. Ann Anat 2019. PMID 31071433
METHODS: The authors performed a PubMed search of all articles that were published in English with specific reference to lacrimal drainage disorders in animals. ...It is essential to understand the lacrimal drainage disorders of domestic animals so that the animal and human lacrimal sciences contribute more meaningfully to each other....
METHODS: The authors performed a PubMed search of all articles that were published in English with specific reference to lacrimal drainage disorders in animals. ...It is essential to understand the lacrimal drainage disorders of domestic animals so that the animal and human lacrimal sc …
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