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References & Articles

Nesting & Thermoregulation

Andrea Gay, The Andersons
The Enrichment Record, Vol 9, October 2011.

Absorbencies of Six Different Rodent Beddings: Commerically Advertised Asorbencies Are Potentially Misleading

CC. Burn & G.J. Mason
Laboratory Animals, 2005.

Evaluation of Cage Micro-Environments of Mice Housed on Various Types of Bedding Materials

Ellen Smith, Jason D. Stockwell, PHD, Isabelle Schweitzer, MS, Stephen H. Langley, BS, and Abigail L. Smith, Mph, Phd
Contemporary Topics, Vol 43, No. 4, July 2004.

Effects of Animal Bedding on Rat Liver Endosome Acidification

Ajay Kumar V. Buddaraaju, MD and Rebecca W. Van Dyke, MD
Comparative Medicine, AALAS, Vol 53, No. 6, December 2003.

Isolator Rodent Caging Systems (State of the Art): A Critical View

Neil S. Lipman, VMD
Contemporary Topics, 1999.

Characterization and Quantification of Microenvironmental Contaminants in Isolator Cages with a Variety of Contact Beddings

Scott E. Perkins, VMD and Neil S. Lipman, VMD
Contemporary Topics, AALAS, Vol 34, No. 3, May 1995.


Effect of Enrich-n’Nest on C57BL/6JLaw Breeding Production

Rudolfo Velazquez, LAT and T. Lane Watkins, B.S., RLATG
U.T. MD Anderson Cancer Center — Houston, Texas

Comparison of Nesting Materials to Determine the Best Visibility of Mice in Individually Vented Cages

Jo Herriott, Andy Houghton, Lynn McLaughlin
University of Liverpool — Liverpool, England

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