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H. Yacowitz, M.E. Weyand, A. Yacowitz and E.H. Weyand. 
Animal Identification and Marking Systems, Inc.. Piscataway, NJ.

Current methods available for the identification of neonate rodents prior to weaning have significant procedural weaknesses that limit their utility. For example, in the case of using a magic marker frequent applications are required; the injection of pigment into paws is time consuming to perform and to read; and toe clipping of animals is invasive …

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Tattoo Identification

A New Method For Marking Small Laboratory Animals.  (1938)  Beach, F.A.  Science 87:420.

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