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Leukocyte Evaluation of the Free-Ranging Deermouse () from Montana, USA.

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We generated reference ranges for seasonal leukocyte differential counts of the free-ranging deermouse () from Montana, US. Blood was collected from the retro-orbital capillary sinus of deermice after topical anesthesia with proparacaine. Although season influenced lymphocyte, neutrophil, and monocyte absolute counts, sex and reproductive status did not.

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Name: Journal of wildlife diseases
ISSN: 1943-3700
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