Varying doses of medication were given tranquilized white mice. The hemoglobin content was measured by means of a Spectronic 20 colorimeter, using the Cannan chemical technique, with percent transmittance from colorimeter reading plotted against concentration grams per hemoglobin per 100 ml. blood of the standard. Comparison of length of medication, dosage, sex of animals, age of animals, and length of time on tranquilizer before medication was started recorded. Included in medication were varying amounts of sex hormones, and effects noted.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Shell, Lester C.; Dixon, G.; Wyne, T.; Nordstrom, C.; Augustine, J.; and Heynen, J.
"Effect of Multiple Medication on Hemoglohlin Content in Tranquilized Mice,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 75(1), 402-404.
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