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Advancing the health and well-being of animals and people


Gretchen Schoeffler

Gretchen Lee Schoeffler
Cornell University
College of Veterinary Medicine
C3 504 CPC, Box 31
Ithaca, NY 14853
gls37@cornell.edu

Selected Publications


Schoeffler GL, Rozanski E, Rush J. Pyothorax in a neonatal Boxer. JVECCS, 11(2) 2001. 147-152.

Greene CE, Latimer K, Hopper E, Schoeffler G, Lower K, Cullens F. Administration of diminazene aceturate or imidocarb dipropionate for treatment of cytauxzoonosis in cats. JAVMA, 215(4) 1999. 497-500.

Chang WC, Lupton JR, Frolich W, Schoeffler GL, Peterson ML, Chen XQ. A very low intake of fat is required to decrease fecal bile acid concentrations in rats. JNUT. 124(2). 1994. 181-187.

Lupton JR, Chen XQ, Frolich W, Schoeffler GL, Peterson ML. Rats fed high fat diets with increased calcium levels have fecal bile acid concentrations similar to those of rats fed a low fat diet. JNUT. 124(2). 1994. 188-195.

Chang WC, Peterson ML, Chen XQ, Frolich W, Schoeffler GL, Lupton JR. Calcium fat and fiber effect on fecal bile acids and colonic cell proliferation; fat amount and source. Meeting of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), Part 1, Anaheim, CA, USA, April 5-9, 1992. FASEB Journal 6(4). 1992. AI395.L.

Schoeffler GL, Browder EJ, Busch Jr LJ, Coghlan L. Alternatives to conventional blood collection techniques in the rat, rabbit, and cynomolgus macaque. AALAS Bulletin. 30(4). 1991. P11.

Chen XQ, Frolich W, Schoeffler GL, Peterson ML, Lupton JR. Calcium fat and fiber effect on fecal bile acids and colonic cell proliferation; calcium amount and source. Meeting of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), Atlanta, GA, USA, April 21-25, 1991. FASEB Journal 5(5). 1991. A926.

Schoeffler GL, Villalba N, Lupton JR. The rat as a model for the study of dietary fibers' fermentation products and effects on serum lipids. AALAS Bulletin. 26(5). 1990. P28.