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animals will experience anxiety at
some time or another.
than others, & the procedure is never something you should get used to.
longer exposure to CO2 in order
to cause death.
report as “Acceptable IV.”
IACUC has verified it is essential for
project & prior induced unconscious-
ness would invalidate research data.
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