Methods The improved isolation method through three-step enzymatic digestion using 1 g/L trypsase in 1 g/L ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, 1 g/L hyaluronidase and 2 g/L type Ⅰ collagenase was established to isolate the primary passage chondrocytes from epiphyseal cartilage of young rabbits and its efficiency evaluated.
75 healthy young rabbits, a weight of 0.8 kg each, 60 days after birth, were used in the experiment, They were divided into 5 groups randomly and fed with five kinds of rations. After 60 days, the results showed that the ration formulation No. 5, i.e. DE 2.9 megacalories per kg and CP 15.7%,was suitable for growing meat rabbit.
(2) The content of crude fibre in diets affected activation of digestive enzyme, for young rabbits the activation of amylase manifested that 10% crude fiber in diets was highest it was significantly different contrasted with 14% groups(p<0.05).
young rabbit heart, as well as the response to the gap junction uncoupler palmitoleic acid.
Using a quantitative polymerase chain reaction mimic assay and conventional northern analyses, we found high RAD51 expression in young rabbit appendix comparable to levels in testis where there is an abundance of meiotic recombination.
Using the young rabbit as an experimental model, two series of experiments were designed.
The biological radioactive period of iron in general body measurement of young rabbit was between 120 and 130 days, the content of Fe-59 in the palate tonsil has shown a continous and steep decrease from 1-7 days.
The results suggest that in the cortex of young rabbit femur the movement of tissue fluid is in the same net direction as blood, mainly from the endosteal to the periosteal surface.
As determined by in vivo studies using [1-14C]l-leucine and [1-14C] glycine, vitamin E deficiency in young rabbits caused a higher turnover rate of liver proteins and of plasma albumin and globulin fractions.
Effects of a high-cholesterol diet on arterial wall thickness and vascular reactivity in young rabbits
We studied the effects of a high-cholesterol diet on arterial structural properties and vascular reactivity in young rabbits.
Experiments were carried out using young rabbits to examine the effect of nefiracetam on cholinergic antagonists to nicotinic (mecamylamine) and muscarinic (scopolamine) receptors.
This experiment has been repeated with rigid plates on young rabbits of two different ages.
The fate of onlay bone grafts was studied in the growing rabbit facial skeleton with regard to the depository and resorptive characteristics of bone surfaces.
The light- and electronmicroscopic alterations, which result after application of ultrasound upon the growing rabbit's larynx, are reported in acute and chronic experiments.
Effects of higly dosed ultrasound on the growing rabbit's larynx
The morphologically recognizable effects of highly dosed ultrasound application on the growing rabbit's larynx (5 Watt/cm2 for 10 min) were studied by means of scanning electron microscopic (SEM) and reflecting light microscopic (RLM) methods.
We have described differences in the aspects of biological rhythms for calcium and sulfur deposition on the labial and lingual sides of the growing rabbit incisor, where growth occurs along a spiral axis.