albino rats

al·bi·no rats

rats with white fur and pink eyes; used extensively in laboratory experiments.

al·bi·no rats

(al-bī'nō rats)
Rats with white fur and pink eyes; used extensively in laboratory experiments.
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Effect of bilateral adrenolectomy on production of restraint ulcers in the stomach of albino rats.
Thus, in the present study, we evaluated the effects of Moringa oleifera extracts on some biochemical variables of alloxan-induced albino rats.
During the study, the research team fed myrrh resin, among other plant materials, to albino rats.
Influence of extra sucrose in the daily food on the life-span of Wistar albino rats.
Male wistar albino rats weighing 180-220 g, male swiss albino mice weighing 25-30 g were used in this study.
The acute oral LD50 for fenitrothion in male albino rats was 800mg/kg body weight.
colocynthis for their effect on hair growth in albino rats.
The saponin extract was orally given to albino rats in different concentrations dose: (1) 10 mg/kg, dose (2) 20mg/kg and dose (3) 40 mg/kg respectively.
After decades of toiling in back rooms of R&D centers--much like albino rats awaiting their fate inside basement labs of psychology departments--nanotechnology emerged publicly a few years ago.
Davis, Crutchfield, Shaver, and Sullivan (1970) established an interspecies basis for the odor cues by showing odors exuded by Mongolian gerbils were utilized as discriminative cues by subsequently tested albino rats.
Among them: about 100 snippets of eyelash tips carefully clipped from the eyelids of albino rats.