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    • Analysis of hymenoxon in plant tissue and the disposition of hymenoxon in the rabbit by Dennis Wayne Hill 

      Hill, Dennis Wayne
      Extracts of B. multiradiata and H. hoopsii were analyzed by GLC and GC-MS for the presence of a toxic sesquiterpene lactone, hymenoxon. A compound was found in both plants that co-chromatographed with hymenoxon on 3% OV-17 ...
    • The effects of phenobarbital induction on the toxicity of brodifacoum in the canine 

      Murphy, Michael Joseph (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1987)
      A reliable technique for extraction of brodifacoum (BDF) from serum using ether and ether:acetonitrile [1:1] was developed. Two HPLC systems (A: 1.5% Acetic acid, pH 4.5:acetonitrile [1:2] with 1% dibutylamine and B: 0.2 ...
    • Employee at a Desk 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      It is believed that his man is Martin Kilman Terry, who worked for the Veterinary Toxicology Department in 1981.
    • The pathophysiologic effects of the alkaloids of tall fescue (Festuca arundinaceae, Schreb,) in cattle 

      Davis, Charmille Bridge (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1983)
      Halostachine, a sympathomimetic amine present in tall fescue, was evaluated as a possible contributing agent in the development of fescue toxicity in cattle. A gas chromatographic method was developed for the analysis of ...
    • Studies in the toxicity of helenalin, tenulin, and Helenium microcephalum 

      Anderson, Anthony Car (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1984)
      The toxic effects of helenalin and tenulin were investigated in dogs and mice, and Helenium microcephalum was studied in sheep. The compounds tested were toxic to dogs in the following order: mexicanin-E, helenalin, helenalin ...
    • Technician Administers Eye Drops to a Lab Rabbit 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      Unidentified female laboratory personnel attends to a rabbit.
    • Two Co-Workers, number 1 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      It is believed that his man is Martin Kilman Terry, who worked for the Veterinary Toxicology Department in 1981. To the right is an unidentified female staff person.
    • Two Co-Workers, number 2 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      It is believed that his man is Martin Kilman Terry, who worked for the Veterinary Toxicology Department in 1981. To the right is an unidentified female staff person.
    • Veterinary Pharmaceuticals 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      It is believed that his man is Martin Kilman Terry, who worked for the Veterinary Toxicology Department in 1981.