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Title: Red cell metabolism in the black rhinoceros: relevance to haemolytic disease
Author(s): Weber, B.; Paglia, D.; Harley, E.H.
Year published: 2002
Journal: -
Volume: -
Pages: p. 181
Reference From:Schwammer, H.M. et al. 2002 A research update on elephants and rhinos: proceedings of the International Elephant and Rhino Research Symposium, Vienna, June 7-11, 2001. Muenster, Schuling, pp. 1-352
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Black Rhino
Captive black rhinoceros populations in the USA have been afflicted with a severe haemolytic anaemia syndrome, together with a leukoencephalopathy and other disorders suggestive of a free radical pathologic basis, and this has been the subject of intensive metabolic investigation for some years i...

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