Book of Normals - 2015 Edition

Sinclair BioResources has released the 2015 edition of our comprehensive collection of normal pathological and biological data on our lineages of miniature swine. The Book of Normals is comprised of a myriad of useful tables, including model uses, body weights, hematology, serum chemistry, urinalysis, ECG, organ weights, histopathology, blood glucose, ocular data, and more.

Sinclair BioResources is pleased to make this information available to veterinarians, biomedical investigators, preclinical clients, and university staff to facilitate research when using our porcine animal models.

These normal data sets were generated from the miniature swine lineages produced by Sinclair BioResources under specific conditions. Because of different genetic background, production environment and husbandry, we strongly advises that this normal data is unlikely to be relevant for lineages of miniature swine produced and sold by other vendors.

These data are the property of Sinclair Research Center, LLC and Sinclair BioResources, LLC, and may not be copied, modified, cited or used for any other purpose without the expressed written consent of the publisher.

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Disclaimer

The Book of Normals contains privileged information intended only for current or prospective clients of Sinclair Research Center, LLC or Sinclair Bio-Resources, LLC. You are hereby notified that any misuse, disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance upon the contents of this data is strictly prohibited without our written consent.

Sinclair makes no representations or warranties, either express or implied, with respect to the data contained on this disc and specifically disclaims any implied warranty of non-infringement or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The recipient hereby acknowledges that he/she has been advised to undertake their own due diligence with respect to the information. Sinclair shall in no event be liable for any loss of profits, be they direct, consequential, incidental, or other damages as a result of the use of this data.

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