Carroll,GL, Narbe,R, Peterson,K, Kerwin,SC, Taylor,L Peterson,K, Hartsfield,S. Dose range finding study for the efficacy of meloxicam administered prior to sodium urate-induced synovitis in cats. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia,2011, 38, 394–406
Dziezyc,J, Taylor,L, Boggess,MM, Scott,HM. The effect of ocular blinkers on the horse’s reactions to four different visual and audible stimuli: results of a crossover trial. Veterinary Opthalmology(2011) 1-6.
Carroll,GL, Narbe,R, Peterson,K, Kerwin,SC, Taylor,L, DeBoer,M. A pilot study: sodium urate synovitis as an acute model of inflammatory response using objective and subjective criteria to evaluate arthritic pain in cats. Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 31, 456-465, 2008.
Hudson, JT, Slater,MR, Taylor,L, Scott,HM and Kerwin,SC. Assessing the repeatability and analysis of a questionaire on pain and lameness in the canine. American Journal of Veterinary Research, Dec 2004.
Hudson, JT, Slater,MR, Taylor,L, and Hulse,D. The repeatability and analysis of a questionaire to assess the degree of lameness in the canine. The Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases, Proceedings of the 83rd Annual Meeting, Nov. 10-12, 2002.
Burkholder,W and Taylor,L. Weight Loss to Optimal Body Condition Increases Ground Reactive Forces in Dogs with Osteoarthritis. Proceedings of the 2000 Purina Nutrition Forum.
Burkholder,W, Taylor,L, Bernstein,A, McGill,H, Pavelock,K, Tefend,M, and Hulse,DA. Morphometric Dimensions to Quantify Body Weight and Monitor Weight Loss in Dogs. Proceedings of the 2000 Purina Nutrition Forum.
Franks,JN, Boothe,HW, Taylor,L, Geller,S, Carroll,GL, Cracas,V and Boothe,DM. Evaluation of transdermal fentanyl patches for analgesia in cats undergoing onychectomy. J Am Vet Med Assoc 217:1013-1020, 2000.
Slater,MR, Taylor,L, Carroll,GL, Hulse,DA, and Boothe,DM. The reliability of a questionaire to assess canine lameness and pain. The Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases, Proceedings of the 78th Annual Meeting, Nov. 10-11, 1997.
Frye,GD, Taylor,L, Grover,CA, Fincher,AS, and Griffith,WH. Acute ethanol dependence or long-term ethanol treatment and abstinence do not reduce hippocampal responses to carbachol. Alcohol 12(1):29-36, 1995.