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Free Highly Cited Articles

Thomson Reuters has released the latest Journal Citation Reports® and Impact Factors, and Oxford Journals is pleased to give access to a selection of highly cited articles from ILAR Journal that contributed to the 2015 Impact Factor. These articles are just a sample of the impressive collection of research published in the journal.

Urinary Bladder Cancer in Dogs, a Naturally Occurring Model for Cancer Biology and Drug Development
Deborah W. Knapp, José A. Ramos-Vara, George E. Moore, et al.
Volume 55, Issue 1

Assessing Spatial Learning and Memory in Rodents
Charles V. Vorhees and Michael T. Williams
Volume 55, Issue 2

Lamb Model of Respiratory Syncytial Virus–Associated Lung Disease: Insights to Pathogenesis and Novel Treatments
Mark R. Ackermann
Volume 55, Issue 1

Canine Osteosarcoma: A Naturally Occurring Disease to Inform Pediatric Oncology
Joelle M. Fenger, Cheryl A. London and William C. Kisseberth
Volume 55, Issue 1

Bartonellosis: One Health Perspectives for an Emerging Infectious Disease
Edward Bealmear Breitschwerdt
Volume 55, Issue 1

Rodent Models of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy
Ahmet Höke and Mitali Ray
Volume 54, Issue 3

The Ups and Downs of Modelling Mood Disorders in Rodents
David A. Slattery and John F. Cryan
Volume 55, Issue 2

Domestic Dogs and Cancer Research: A Breed-Based Genomics Approach
Brian W. Davis and Elaine A. Ostrander
Volume 55, Issue 1

Social Defeat as an Animal Model for Depression
Fiona Hollis and Mohamed Kabbaj
Volume 55, Issue 2

Mouse Models of Diabetic Neuropathy
Phillipe D. O'Brien, Stacey A. Sakowski and Eva L. Feldman
Volume 54, Issue 3

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