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antithymocyte globulin (rabbit)

a purified gamma globulin obtained from rabbits immunized with human thymocytes; it is administered intravenously in the treatment of acute rejection occurring after renal transplantation.
Infectious disease An animal of the class Leporidae that may carry various pathogens: Brucella suis biotype 2, Cheyletiella infestation, Francisella tularensis, plague, Q-fever, Trichophyton

rabbit


brush rabbit
sylvilagusbachmani.
rabbit calicivirus disease
rabbit fever
rabbit fibroma virus
see leporipoxvirus, Shope rabbit fibroma.
rabbit fur mite
cheyletiellaparasitivorax.
laboratory rabbit
some specialized strains have been developed to provide a consistent type of rabbit for experimental work in laboratories. The International Index of Laboratory Animals is a reference source for these strains. The most commonly used variety is the new zealand White.
rabbit pasteurellosis
see rabbit septicemia (below).
rabbit pox
pygmy rabbit
Brachylagus idahoensis; a native of North America.
rock rabbit
Ochotona princeps; see pika.
rabbit septicemia
a disease of rabbits caused by Pasteurella multocida and characterized by sudden death preceded by fever, dyspnea and nasal discharge. In mild cases there is nasal catarrh and conjunctivitis. Called also snuffles (1).
rabbit syphilis
see spirochetosis (2).
rabbit tick
haemaphysalisleporispalustris.
volcano rabbit
Romerolagus diazi; a native of Mexico.
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Wright's brother Robert remarked in later years of David's abilities: 'Needless to say, he knew as little about practical life as Shelley or Byron and cared as little; and all the engineering ever came to was to teach him to pitch a tent and boil a billy and live the life of a rabbiter in the backblocks.
She added: "I have brought in rabbiters and they tell me that they can't get enough of them in places like Leeds, Middlesbrough and Hull.
The heat rising from the parched ground in the mythical town of Banyon, and the depiction of human survival amidst the isolation and hardship of the red desert and its decaying terrain are reminiscent of Sidney Nolan's Going to Work, Rising Sun Hotel (1948) and Perished (1949), or of Russell Drysdale's Sofala (1947), The Rabbiters (1947), and Sunday Evening (1941).