Biochemical parameters of normal rabbit serum

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An attempt was made to establish the normal range of 27 different parameters in the serum of 45 healthy, purebred, New Zealand White rabbits (3-5 kg). The reproducibility of the results was acceptable. Sensitive isoenzyme patterns (LDH, CK) could change, however, significantly if different methods were used in the bleeding procedure. Isoenzyme patterns (LDH and CK) of rabbit sera were different from that of human sera. All obtained results were compared with earlier data sporadically published in literature on rabbits. © 1979 Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists.




Yu, L., Pragay, D. A., Chang, D., & Wicher, K. (1979). Biochemical parameters of normal rabbit serum. Clinical Biochemistry, 12(3), 83–87.

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