By Michael J Derelanko; Mannfred A Hollinger (eds.)
Laboratory animal administration / Joseph C. Siglin and William H. Baker -- Acute, subchronic, and protracted toxicology / Carol S. Auletta -- Dermal inflammation and sensitization / Kimberly L. Bonnette, sunrise D. Rodabaugh and Christopher W. Wilson -- Ocular toxicology / Brendan J. Dunn -- basic inhalation toxicology / Paul E. Newton -- utilized inhalation toxicology / Gary M. Hoffman -- primary neurotoxicology / Gene E. Schulze -- utilized neurotoxicology / Rosemary C. Mandella -- Immunotoxicology : basics of preclinical evaluation / Robert V. condo and Peter T. Thomas -- Renal toxicology : renal functionality parameters for grownup Fischer-344, Sprague-Dawley, and Wistar rats / William J. Powers, Jr. -- Reproductive toxicology / Donald J. Ecobichon -- Developmental toxicology / Karen M. MacKenzie and Richard M. Hoar -- Endocrine toxicology : male copy / Suresh C. Sikka and Rajesh okay. Naz -- Endocrine toxicology : the feminine reproductive method / Patricia B. Hoyer and Patrick J. Devine -- Genetic toxicology / Richard H.C. San ... [et al.] -- Carcinogenesis / Michael J. Derelanko -- Animal histopathology / John C. Peckham -- Animal scientific pathology / Barry S. Levine -- Metabolism and toxicokinetics of xenobiotics / Mohamed B. Abou-Donia, Eman M. Elmasry and Aqel W. Abu-Qare -- In vitro equipment for the prediction of ocular and dermal toxicity / John W. Harbell and Rodger D. Curren -- Ecotoxicology / David J. Hoffman ... [et al.] -- steel toxicology / Akira Yasutake and Kimiko Hirayama -- Human medical toxicology / Jill Dolgin -- threat overview ; Regulatory toxicology within the usa : an outline / Michael J. Derelanko -- Regulatory toxicology : U.S. EPA/chemicals (TSCA) / Henry C. Fogle -- Regulatory toxicology : U.S. EPA/pesticides (FIFRA) / Jane E. Harris -- Regulatory toxicology : U.S. FDA/pharmaceuticals / William J. Powers, Jr. -- Regulatory toxicology : clinical units / Steven J. Hermansky -- Regulatory toxicology : shopper items / Dennis J. Naas -- Regulatory toxicology : notification of latest components within the ecu Union / Michael J. Derelanko -- Regulatory toxicology : notification of latest ingredients in Canada, Korea, Australia, and China / Henry C. Fogle -- Miscellaneous info of toxicological importance / Mannfred A. Hollinger and Michael J. Derelanko
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11 Minimum Cage Space Requirements for Micea a Body Weight (g) Floor Area/Mouse (sq. 0 5 5 5 5 As per the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals, 1996. Copyright © 2002 by Taylor & Francis 4. Environmental Conditions Environmental conditions recommended for mice by the Guide are as follows: Room temperature: 64–79°F, 18–26°C Relative humidity: 30–70% Room air changes: 10–15/hour Environmental controls should be set toward the middle of the room temperature and relative humidity ranges to avoid extremes and large fluctuations in these environmental variables.
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