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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Outbred 6-month-old male albino rats with a body weight of 223-235 g were housed according to the ethical rules in compliance with institutional guidelines.
In addition, nicotine has been shown to have adverse effects on fertility potentials of female albino rats by reducing the weight and disorganizing the histology of some vital visceral and reproductive organs (16).
Effect of African potato (Hypoxis hemerocallidea) extract on oxidative stress induced by chloroquine in albino rats.
Syed Rafatullah, the research team validated the gastric anti-ulcer properties of EER on experimentally-induced gastric secretion and ulceration in albino rats.
Male albino rats weighing 120 [+ or -] 10 g were allowed to acclimatize with the lab conditions and were divided into four groups of six rats each.
Ninety day garage study in albino rats using nickel.
Effect of mercuric chloride on circulating hormones in adult albino rats.
In order to study this problem, I conducted an experiment in which 32 adult male albino rats were first given four 30-min habituation sessions per day in an observational test chamber with clean corn-cob bedding (Bed-O-Cobs) on the floor (Williams, 1987).
Biochemical Effects of Cichorium intybus and Sanctus oleraceus infusions and esculetin on streptozotocin-incluced diabetic albino rats.
50 Adult Wistar male albino rats weighing between 150 and 200 g were used for the study.
Weanling male albino rats bred in University of Jos animal house from stock obtained at the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Research, Abuja, Nigeria were used.