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Guide for the Care and use of Laboratory Animals: Eighth Edition
Anesthesia, Pain, and Surgery
Disease Surveillance, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Pathology, Clinical Pathology, and Parasitology
Species-Specific References—Veterinary Care
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ANIMAL FACILITIES
USE OF LABORATORY ANIMALS
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