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McKenzie EC, Valberg SJ, Godden SM, Pagan JD, Carlson GP, MacLeay JM, De La Corte FD. 2002. Plasma and urine electrolyte and mineral concentrations in Thoroughbred horses with recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis after consumption of diets varying in cation-anion balance.. American journal of veterinary research. 63(7):1053-60.
McKenzie EC, Valberg SJ, Godden SM, Finno CJ, Murphy MJ. 2004. Effect of oral administration of dantrolene sodium on serum creatine kinase activity after exercise in horses with recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis.. American journal of veterinary research. 65(1):74-9.
McKenzie EC, Holbrook T, Williamson K, Royer C, Valberg S, Hinchcliff K, Jose-Cunilleras E, Nelson S, Willard M, Davis M. 2005. Recovery of muscle glycogen concentrations in sled dogs during prolonged exercise.. Medicine and science in sports and exercise. 37(8):1307-12.
McKenzie EC, Jose-Cunilleras E, Hinchcliff KW, Holbrook TC, Royer C, Payton ME, Williamson K, Nelson S, Willard MD, Davis MS. 2007. Serum chemistry alterations in Alaskan sled dogs during five successive days of prolonged endurance exercise.. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 230(10):1486-92.
McKenzie EC, Hinchcliff KW, Valberg SJ, Williamson KK, Payton ME, Davis MS. 2008. Assessment of alterations in triglyceride and glycogen concentrations in muscle tissue of Alaskan sled dogs during repetitive prolonged exercise.. American journal of veterinary research. 69(8):1097-103.
McKenzie EC, Valberg SJ, Godden SM, Pagan JD, MacLeay JM, Geor RJ, Carlson GP. 2003. Effect of dietary starch, fat, and bicarbonate content on exercise responses and serum creatine kinase activity in equine recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis.. Journal of veterinary internal medicine / American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. 17(5):693-701.
McKenzie EC, Tornquist SJ, Gorman EM, Cebra CK, Payton ME. 2008. Hematologic effects of subcutaneous administration of recombinant human granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (filgrastim) in healthy alpacas.. American journal of veterinary research. 69(6):770-6.