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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.
References in classic literature ?
State your business, please," interrupted the rabbit.
Let me see your letter," returned the rabbit, as if he still doubted her.
Then she handed it through the bars to the rabbit, who took it in his paws and opened it.
It is signed 'Ozma of Oz,'" continued the rabbit, "and is sealed with the Great Seal of the Emerald City.
We must obey the royal mandate," replied the rabbit.
Toto and Billina had followed her into the room and when he saw them the rabbit ran to a table and sprang upon it nimbly.
This seemed the best thing to do, for Dorothy was curious to see how the rabbit people lived and she was aware of the fact that her friends might frighten the timid little creatures.
No," answered the rabbit, "I'm merely the Keeper of the Wicket, and a person of little importance, although I try to do my duty.
The rabbit jumped from the table and ran--or rather hopped--to the further wall, where he opened a door so tiny that even Toto could scarcely have crawled through it.
Indeed, as she stood beside the rabbit, who sat upon his hind legs and used his paws as hands, her head was just about as high as his own.
But the rabbit people were, after all, the most amazing things Dorothy saw.
She took the rabbit from him, and while the sapling swayed and teetered threateningly above her she calmly gnawed off the rabbit's head.