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Brown Rat

 

(Rattus norvegiens), a mammal of the order Rodentia.

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Conclusion: This study shows that physico-chemical and sensory attributes of pasteurized buffalo milk fortified with ferrous sulfate (0.06% of total solids) and vitamin C (30mg/100g of milk) is acceptable and has capability to reduce IDA in Sprague Dawley rats. It can be concluded that pasteurized milk can be an effective vehicle to fortify iron in combination with vitamin C without compromising sensory attributes and to combat IDA in Sprague Dawley rats.
Sprague Dawley rats fed with Lactobacillus acidophilus goat yogurt showed significant improvement in the hematological parameters where significant increase in the packed value cells (PVC), hemoglobin (Hb) and RBCs count was recorded in treated rats.
The Sprague Dawley rats reported on in this manuscript are a part of an ongoing drug study evaluating the use of resveratrol to reduce neurodegeneration and improve intracortical microelectrode recording quality.
Present study was planned on normal (non-diabetic) Sprague Dawley rats and to observe the behavior of vanadium in euglycaemic state.
Protein quality of RUTF on Sprague Dawley rats: The novel chickpea based RUTF was evaluated for protein quality and efficacy in comparison to Plumpy'nut (Developed by Nutriset and the Institute for Research and Development, France) and casein as standard diet in various groups of Sprague Dawley rats.
It is concluded that substituting SBM up to 100% with XCSM has no adverse effect on the osmotic fragility and PCV of growing male Sprague Dawley rats. (c) 2012 Friends Science Publishers
2: Calcitonin gene related protein (CGRP) content ± SD in L5 and L6 DRG of Sprague Dawley rats. A.
Alloxan monohydrate was used to induce hyperglycemia in Sprague Dawley rats. Islets were isolated using a liberase enzyme prepared in HBSS buffer which was injected into the common bile duct to distend the pancreas.
The acute toxicity of standardized extract of Orthosiphon stamineus was studied in Sprague Dawley rats. The rats were administered a single dose of 5000 mg/kg body weight (BW) orally on Day 0 and observed for 14 days.
Female C57Bl mice (18-20 g) and Sprague Dawley rats (100-160 g) were obtained from Charles River, Uppsala, Sweden.
Over three years, female Sprague Dawley rats were fed one of two diets--one containing casein, the major protein found in milk, the other containing processed whey protein, which is found in the watery liquid that separates from milk during the cheese-making process.
Over 3 years, female Sprague Dawley rats were fed one of two diets--one containing casein, the major protein found in milk, the other containing processed whey protein, which is found in the watery liquid that separates from milk during cheese making.