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Subcutaneous Injection in the Rat

Subcutaneous Injection in the Rat

Subcutaneous administration of material often causes minimal pain or discomfort, provided the material is non-irritant, has a near-neutral pH, and is not excessively hypertonic or hypotonic…

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Subcutaneous Injection in the Mouse

Subcutaneous Injection in the Mouse

Subcutaneous administration of material often causes minimal pain or discomfort, provided the material is non-irritant, has a near-neutral pH, and is not excessively hypertonic or hypotonic…

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ADMINISTRATION
OF SUBSTANCES

A series of tutorials to assist research workers develop their skills in the administration of substances to laboratory animals.

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