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Animal quality and models in biomedical research

International Council for Laboratory Animal Science. Symposium

Animal quality and models in biomedical research

7th Symposium of the International Council for Laboratory Animal Science (ICLAS), Utrecht, 21.-23. August 1979

by International Council for Laboratory Animal Science. Symposium

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Published by G. Fischer in Stuttgart, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Laboratory animals -- Congresses.,
  • Medicine -- Research -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditors, A. Spiegel, S. Erichsen, H.A. Solleveld.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsSpiegel, A., Erichsen, S. 1921-, Solleveld, H. A.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 397 p. :
    Number of Pages397
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18637357M
    ISBN 103437303163

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Animal models play crucial roles in the continuum of experimental activities that make up biomedical research. Such in vivo modes are especially important in proof-of-principle experiments and in establishing the preclinical safety and efficacy data required for progressing to human clinical : Pierce K H Chow.

Animal quality and models in biomedical research. Stuttgart ; New York: Fischer, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arnold Spiegel; S Erichsen; H A Solleveld; International Council for Laboratory Animal.

Epub Sep 4. Animal models in biological and biomedical research - experimental and ethicalconcerns. Andersen ML(1), Winter LMF(2). Author information: (1)Departamento de Psicobiologia, Universidade Federal de São Paulo/UNIFESP, Rua Napoleão de Barros,São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

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Animal models play crucial roles in the continuum of experimental activities that make up biomedical research. Such in vivo modes are especially important in proof-of-principle experiments and in establishing the preclinical safety and efficacy data required for progressing to human clinical trials.

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An Acad Bras Cienc e dOI / Abstract:Animal models have been used in experimental research to increase human knowledge and contribute to finding solutions to biological and biomedical questions.

Chapter 34 - Animal Models in Biomedical Research. Author links open overlay panel. Kirk DVM, PhD, ACLAMa Fred VMD, PhD, ACLAMb. Get rights and content. The use of animals in biomedical research has an extensive history which no single chapter could hope to completely by:   The greatest challenges faced by modern biomedical research concern complex, multifactorial, diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases, neurodegenerative disorders, pathological consequences of aging among others, for which all experimental approaches are indispensable because of their complementarity: biochemistry, genomics, cell culture, computer modeling, animal model Cited by: The Sourcebook of Models for Biomedical Research is a comprehensive and extensive collection of these important medical parallels.

While the entire book is not devoted to the remarkable success of the genomic programs, this work is well represented and indexed within these pages. Laboratory animal medicine also encompasses the methods of minimizing and preventing pain or distress in research animals and identifying of complicating factors in animal research.

Comparative medicine is “the study of the nature, cause and cure of abnormal structure and function in people, animals and plants for the eventual application to. Use of animal models in biomedical research People often ask how the use of animals in experiments can be justified when animals are clearly so different from humans.

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Animal Experimentation in Research. 2 3 ment control Every animal experi-ment for biomedical research purposes requires a written application to the quality and efficacy testing of drugs, forensic investigations, environmen-tal protection, promoting animal well.

animals as models during more advanced stages of biomedical research. Approximately 95 percent of all research animals in the United States are rats, mice, and other rodents bred specifically for laboratory research.

Pre-clinical trials are an essential part of the biomedical. Animal Models. In the last decade, knowledge and use of models and the capability of computer systems have expanded. For instance, a committee of the National Research Council (b) has recommended in its report Models for Biomedical Research: A New Perspective that NIH support those proposals aimed at the development of model systems for specific fields of research.

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ThereFile Size: KB. Animal models in biological and biomedical research - experimental and ethical concerns Article (PDF Available) in Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências 91(AHEAD) September with Reads. Why are animals necessary in biomedical research?

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Most animals used in research are specifically bred for use in medical Size: 1MB.Held JR. Muhlbock memorial lecture: Considerations in the provision and characterization of animal models.

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