Brown Rat

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Brown Rat

 

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

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exposed Wistar rats to PtNPs via the oral route [22].
This study was conducted in vivo, using 36 Wistar rats aged 10-12 weeks, male sex and body weight between 150-160 g, randomly grouped into 2 groups and each group consisted of 18 rats.
The present study used Wistar rats (as in Pellon and Perez-Padilla) and also incorporated two rat strains that have proven differentially sensitive to delays in reinforcement (Hand, Fox, & Reilly, 2006; Johansen et al., 2005) and that are relevant to the testing of the idea that behaviors induced by intermittent food delivery are manageable by operant contingencies (Ibias & Pellon, 2011, 2014; Ibias, Pellon, & Sanabria, 2015).
Intraglomerular and extraglomerular BMP-7 protein expression were higher in kidney of telmisartan-induced Wistar rats than negative control.
A 15-day study was performed to evaluate the repeated dose efficacy of the pomegranate peel extract and compare it with nystatin in the 35 Wistar rats according to the standard protocols of the Transitional Guidance on the Biocidal Products Regulation.
In this section, we explain the delineation algorithms applied to Wistar rat electrocardiograms ([WR.sub.ECG]).
Twelve female Wistar rats were housed individually under standard lighting conditions (12 hour light/dark) and constant temperature and humidity.
Further studies should be undertaken for more in-depth knowledge and data on the effects of humidity and animal density in vivariums housing Wistar rats.
Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic drug interactions of carbamazepine and glibendamide in healthy albino Wistar rats. J.
populnea extract and observed that crude hydroalcoholic barkwood extract showed a slight but statistical significant clastogenic effect in the bone marrow cells of Wistar rats. On the other hand, A.