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Title: Synergic factors in murine nephrosis, demonstrated by computer techniques
Authors: Tucker, AD
Ehmen, G
Smith, HE
Barry, JM
Bills, JW
Keywords: Age dependence
Statistical models
Sex ratio
Latency period
Issue Date: Jul-1975
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Tucker, A. D., Ehmen, G., Smith, H. E., Barry, J. M., & Bills, J. W. (1975). Synergic factors in murine nephrosis, demonstrated by computer techniques (AAEC/E340). Lucas Heights, N.S.W.: Research Establishment, Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Abstract: Simple environmental changes, including a whole, fresh diet, delayed the onset of the usual diseases of lungs and kidneys in laboratory rats. 'Spontaneous' nephrosis appears to develop from interactions involving inherent immune status, nurture, and environmental 'triggers', particularly inhalants. These methods could be adapted to toxicological investigations and the results suggest the need for new approaches in statistical and interpretative analyses.
Gov't Doc #: 555
ISBN: 0642996938
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