Wistar


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Wis·tar

(wis'tăr),
Caspar, U.S. biologist, 1761-1818, after whom the Wistar Institute is named. See: Wistar rats.
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announced a collaboration with The Wistar Institute and Meenhard Herlyn, professor in the Molecular and Cellular Oncogenesis Program and director of Wistar's Melanoma Research Center.
Dr Cesano spent 12 years researching tumour immunology, including nine years at the Wistar Institute of the University of Pennsylvania.
Steve Wistar, senior forensic meteorologist at AccuWeather, said that having this tool to point his eye toward potentially threatening formations could help him to make a better forecast.
Steve Wistar, the senior forensic meteorologist, said that having this tool to point his eye toward potentially threatening formations could help him to make a better forecast.
Therefore, in the present study we compared altered autophagy gene expression by different exercise intensities in gastrocnemius and soleus muscles of wistar rats.
Oral aspartame consumption at 40 mg/kg bodyweight/day has been found to cause oxidative stress in the brain, [7,8] liver and kidney, [9,10] and immune organs [11,12] in Wistar albino rats.
Michelle will be forever remembered by her husband of 10 years, Randy Wick, her parents, Edward and Barbara Svetlik of West Dundee, Illinois, and two stepsiblings, Linda Wistar and Gary Svetlik.
Pellon and Perez-Padilla (2013) compared the sensitivity of drinking and lever pressing by Wistar rats to delays of food by imposing increasing lengths of response-food delays.
esculenta leaf extract in anemic and normal Wistar rats.
Thus, the purpose of this study is to determine the effect of wheat-cassava composite bread on the liver architecture of wistar rat.