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INFLUENCE OF FEEDING, BLOOD-SAMPLING METHOD AND TYPE OF ANESTHESIA ON RENAL-FUNCTION PARAMETERS IN THE NORMAL LABORATORY RAT.

Antony Verbaeys UGent, Severin Ringoir, G VANMAELE and Norbert Lameire (1995) UROLOGICAL RESEARCH. 22(6). p.377-382
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UROLOGICAL RESEARCH
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377-382 pages
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0300-5623
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English
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  author       = {Verbaeys, Antony and Ringoir, Severin and VANMAELE, G and Lameire, Norbert},
  issn         = {0300-5623},
  journal      = {UROLOGICAL RESEARCH},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {377--382},
  title        = {INFLUENCE OF FEEDING, BLOOD-SAMPLING METHOD AND TYPE OF ANESTHESIA ON RENAL-FUNCTION PARAMETERS IN THE NORMAL LABORATORY RAT.},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {1995},
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Chicago
Verbaeys, Antony, Severin Ringoir, G VANMAELE, and Norbert Lameire. 1995. “Influence of Feeding, Blood-sampling Method and Type of Anesthesia on Renal-function Parameters in the Normal Laboratory Rat.” Urological Research 22 (6): 377–382.
APA
Verbaeys, A., Ringoir, S., VANMAELE, G., & Lameire, N. (1995). INFLUENCE OF FEEDING, BLOOD-SAMPLING METHOD AND TYPE OF ANESTHESIA ON RENAL-FUNCTION PARAMETERS IN THE NORMAL LABORATORY RAT. UROLOGICAL RESEARCH, 22(6), 377–382.
Vancouver
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Verbaeys A, Ringoir S, VANMAELE G, Lameire N. INFLUENCE OF FEEDING, BLOOD-SAMPLING METHOD AND TYPE OF ANESTHESIA ON RENAL-FUNCTION PARAMETERS IN THE NORMAL LABORATORY RAT. UROLOGICAL RESEARCH. 1995;22(6):377–82.
MLA
Verbaeys, Antony, Severin Ringoir, G VANMAELE, et al. “Influence of Feeding, Blood-sampling Method and Type of Anesthesia on Renal-function Parameters in the Normal Laboratory Rat.” UROLOGICAL RESEARCH 22.6 (1995): 377–382. Print.