2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782009000300025
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Abstract: A técnica de biópsia hepática em ruminantes tem importante valor no diagnóstico clínico de doenças tóxicas e metabólicas, em especial nos desequilíbrios minerais. As técnicas mais comumente utilizadas restringem análises devido

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“…The blood was collected by jugular venipuncture using vacuum tubes without anticoagulant, which were centrifuged at 1032× g for 5 min to obtain serum, which was stored in plastic microtubes at −20 °C for subsequent analysis. Liver biopsy was performed as described by Minervino et al [ 9 ] and bone biopsy (rib) according to the classic methodology [ 10 ]. The samples were stored in sterile cryovials and frozen at −20 °C for subsequent analysis.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The blood was collected by jugular venipuncture using vacuum tubes without anticoagulant, which were centrifuged at 1032× g for 5 min to obtain serum, which was stored in plastic microtubes at −20 °C for subsequent analysis. Liver biopsy was performed as described by Minervino et al [ 9 ] and bone biopsy (rib) according to the classic methodology [ 10 ]. The samples were stored in sterile cryovials and frozen at −20 °C for subsequent analysis.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Blood samples were obtained at the beginning and the end of the study, by jugular venepuncture, and were stored in vacuum tubes with lithium heparin. Liver biopsies were performed on day 30 of the adaptation period using a surgical technique described by Minervino [31] and at the end of the study after slaughter ( postmortem biopsy). Bile samples were collected at the same time.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%