Comparative Clinical Pathology provides a source for the publication of reviews, research reports, technical notes and case histories covering all aspects of haematology and clinical chemistry in mammalian species. Comparative aspects of our work refers to differences in amount, number, degree, or quality from normal or expected findings, and often is related to comparison between differing species including human.

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  • Brenda Finney,
  • Clifford Smith
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73,114 (2019)
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