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    6-Thioguanine and zebularine globally demethylate a canine lyphoma cell line [1]
    Acute and chronic adaptations to intermittent pnemuatic [sic] leg compressions [1]
    Analysis of coffin and shoulder joint lameness with an inertial sensor-based system : impact versus pushoff [1]
    Apigenin : chemopreventive and chemotherapeutic potential for progestin-dependent breast cancer [1]
    Canine pharmacodynamic assays: applications in immune-mediated disease [1]
    Cardiorespiratory fitness through the early lifecourse and attempts to modulate its initial decline [1]
    Characterization of the alignment of the canine pelvic limb [1]
    Cholesterol synthesis inhibitors prevent growth and metastasis of breast cancer cells [1]
    Clinical and treatment perspectives for heart failure with preserved ejection fraction [1]
    Comparison of an inertial sensor based system of lameness quantification to subjective lameness evaluation [1]
    Comparison of left 4th and 5th intercostal space thoracotomy for open-chest cardiopulmonary resuscitation in dogs [1]
    The cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator and acid-base transporters of the murine duodenum [1]
    Cytauxzoon felis : an emerging feline pathogen and potential therapy [1]
    Development of a motor unit number estimation technique in normal dogs : a potential biomarker for canine degenerative myelopathy [1]
    Double pelvic osteotomy for the treatment of hip dysplasia in dogs [1]
    The effect of free fatty acids on endothelial cells [1]
    Effect of induced hindlimb length difference on bodymounted inertial sensor measures of hindlimb lameness in horses [1]
    The effect of sodium/hydrogen exchanger inhibition on chemotherapy-induced intestinal epithelial damage [1]
    Effects of adrenoreceptor activation and aging on skeletal muscle arterioles at rest and during rapid onset vasodilation [1]
    The effects of furosemide on ureteral diameter and attenuation using computed tomographic excretory urography in normal healthy dogs [1]