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David, Tony D.

Works: 7 works in 12 publications in 1 language and 20 library holdings
Genres: Bibliography  Handbooks and manuals 
Roles: Author
Classifications: SF911,
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Most widely held works by Tony D David
An annotated bibliography in laboratory animal medicine and veterinary surgery : primate viruses by George W Irving( Book )

3 editions published in 1973 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Abstracts and relevant portions of 74 papers pertaining to viruses of primates are presented. These citations were collected between August 1970 and August 1972"-- page [44]
The Mongolian gerbil by Tony D David( Book )

2 editions published in 1974 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This review discussed all pertinent aspects of the use, care, and management of the Mongolian gerbil, Meriones unguiculatus, in the biomedical research environment"-- report documentation page
A Guide to the type and amount of tranquilizers, anesthetics, analgesics and euthanasia agents for laboratory animals by Robert J Russell( Book )

3 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This guide has been designed for the investigator requiring information regarding the type and amount of tranquilizers, anesthetics, analgesics, and euthanasia agents used in the following laboratory animals: nonhuman primates, dog, cat, rabbit, guinea pig, rat, mouse, hamster, pig, sheep, and avian species. (Author)
Renal Medullary Solute Depletion Resulting from Psychogenic Polydipsia in a Rhesus Monkey( Book )

1 edition published in 1988 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A 9-year-old 9-kg male rhesus monkey was observed to have polydipsia and an unthrifty appearance. The monkey was being fed a commercial primate ration, with fresh water provided ad libitum by automatic waterer and was housed in individual caging. Physical examination revealed extensive bilateral periorbital edema and patchy alopecia over the lower trunk and limbs. Blood cell counts were unremarkable, but serum biochemical analysis revealed hyponatremia and hypochloremia. The only environmental alteration recorded for this monkey was a change in feeding regimen. The monkey had been inadvertently fed almost twice his daily requirement of biscuits for nearly 4 months, resulting in obesity. Four weeks before the onset of polydipsia, the diet was restricted to 100% of the calculated daily caloric requirement, to diminish further unnecessary weight gain. This apparently was the triggering factor for the polydipsia. A water deprivation test resulted in an increase in urine specific gravity. The normal response to water deprivation verified a normal concentrating ability and the diagnosis of psychogenic polydipsia with renal medullary solute depletion. One year after diagnosis and treatment, there was no evidence of recurrent polydipsia. Keywords: Veterinary medicine, Reprints. (kt)
An Annotated Bibliography in Laboratory Animal Medicine and Veterinary Surgery: Herpesviruses( Book )

1 edition published in 1972 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstracts and relevant portions of forty-one papers pertaining to herpesviruses are presented. These citations were collected between August 1970 and February 1972 and are intended to be a general coverage of the current information on these agents. (Author)
Eruption of Permanent Dentition in Rhesus Monkeys Exposed to ELF (extremely Low Frequency) Fields( )

1 edition published in 1983 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In a study initiated to determine the biological effects of ELF electric and magnetic fields associated with a submarine communications system ELF-exposed male rhesus monkeys gained weight at a slightly faster rate than control males. In order to obtain sufficient data on the physiological effects of electromagnetic fields, a second ELF study was initiated. Whereas the first study was initiated with wild-caught young adult animals, the second study utilized colony-bred animals beginning at 30 days of age. The emphasis of the second study was to substantiate previous findings and determine the underlying mechanisms involved. As in the first study, 30 primates (male and female) were exposed to the ELF electric and magnetic fields, and 30 control animals received the same care and treatment, but were not exposed. This report deals with the development of the permanent teeth relative to ELF exposure and sex. A consistent trend noted was that the teeth of female animals erupted at a slightly earlier age than males. However, no significant differences due to ELF exposure or sex were detected. (Author)
Effects of Hypobaric Hyperoxia on the Development and Activity of Immune Spleen Cells( )

1 edition published in 1973 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of intermittent exposure to hypobaric hyperoxic conditions (380 mm Hg and 100% O2) on cellular aspects of resistance to an infectious disease. Mice were immunized against Franciscella tularensis while being exposed to the test environment. Spleen cells from these immunized-exposed donors were transferred to nonexposed recipients that were maintained in a normal ground-level environment. These recipient mice were then challenged with F. tularensis to compare their resistance with that of control animals receiving spleen cells from immunized donors which had not been exposed to the test environment. The reverse was also accomplished by immunizing groups of donor mice maintained at ground level and challenging the recipients (of their spleen cells) that were exposed to the test environment. The results indicate that exposure of the donor animals to hypobaric hyperoxia did not affect the development of cellular immunity but in exposed recipients, the activity of immune cells was impaired
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