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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

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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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Dennis Owen said: "The poachers use a technique called lamping where they fix lights to the top of their cars and vans and then drive down unclassified roads shining their lights into fields and open land to show their dogs where rabbits and hares are.
The domestic rabbit has all white meat which is delicately flavored, while the wild rabbits and hares (which are still something else) have dark meat which is usually gamey tasting.
CTFV has a wide host range that includes ground squirrels, chipmunks, wild mice, wood rats, wild rabbits and hares, porcupines, marmots, deer, elk, sheep, and coyotes.