3 edition of FRAME bibliography of alternatives to laboratory animals found in the catalog.
FRAME bibliography of alternatives to laboratory animals
Fund for Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments.
by Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Bibliography of alternatives to laboratory animals., Laboratory animals.|
|Statement||[edited by M. P. Fowler].|
|Contributions||Fowler, Margaret Phyllis, ed.|
|LC Classifications||Z5322.C9 F85 1971, QH585 F85 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves. 31 cm.|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||70501912|
Animal Studies Bibliography. Linda Kalof, Seven Mattes, Amy Fitzgerald Animal Studies Program, Michigan State University. Introduction. This bibliography is an ongoing project of the Animal Studies Program at Michigan State University. The author begins explaining how using animals could be more expensive than other testing alternatives. It also talks about how scientist are not finding as many conclusions, and or solutions to what they are testing in the lab as they would like. They are just abusing the animals and wasting test products for unfulfilling results.
The journal requires detailed information on the animals and their conditions of husbandry (see Laboratory Animals ;–). The methodology for the euthanasia of animals should be consistent with recommendations in previously published reports (see Laboratory Animals ;– and ;–32). Replacement as one of the 3R's is defined as the substitution for conscious living higher animals of insentient material. There are a number of alternative methods that can be used to replace the use of live animals in either all or part of a project.
The alternatives to animal testing concept incorporates the Three R's introduced by W. M. S. Russell and R. L. Burch in their book The Principles of Humane Experimental Technique, London, The Three R's represent: reduction of the number of animals used, refinemen t of techniques and procedures to reduce pain and distress, and replacement. It is a repository of animals, mainly from Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Thank you, Paperell for such an opportunity. There are also case studies, coursework, term-papers, research papers, laboratory reports, book reviews, thesis writing and professional dissertation writings, admission essay, and many others.
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Get this from a library. FRAME bibliography of alternatives to laboratory animals. [Margaret Phyllis Fowler; Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments.] -- References to literature about experimental techniques not requiring the use of animals.
Arranged under 17 topics. No index. For more than 40 years we have played an active part in the campaign to promote alternatives to animal testing. FRAME is dedicated to the development of new and valid methods that will replace the need for laboratory animals in medical and scientific research, education, and testing.
The FRAME Alternatives Laboratory (FAL) opened. It is still conducting research into alternatives at the University of Nottingham Medical School. FRAME provides a block grant every year to sustain the research.
FRAME received the first Marchig Animal Welfare Award from the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). Journal description. ATLA - Alternatives to Laboratory Animals - is an international, peer-reviewed scientific journal, publishing articles on the latest research relating to the development.
Animal Experimentation is an important book for all those involved in the conduct, teaching, learning, regulation, support or critique of animal-based research. ,FRAME Toxicity Committee Animals and alternatives in toxicology: present status and future prospects. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals – Franklin, A.
Author: Vaughan Monamy. Introduction. An ‘alternative’ is a new research technique that either (a) replaces the use of animals altogether, (b) reduces the number of animals used or (c) refines the study design to cause less distress to the animals—these are commonly referred to as the ‘3Rs’ of animal alternatives.
Although the word ‘alternatives’ is used frequently, it can mean a variety of by: Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments (FRAME) is a charity based in Nottingham, UK.
FRAME promotes consideration of the ethical and scientific issues involved in the use of laboratory animals for medical research, and the adoption of the Three Rs strategy of alternatives to animal iation: FRAME.
Laboratory Animals, an annotated bibliography of informational resources covering medicine - science (including husbandry) - technology. [CASS, J.S., editor.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Laboratory Animals, an annotated bibliography of informational resources covering medicine - science (including husbandry) - technology.
Many alternatives are discussed in this website to assure that there is another option instead of hurting innocent animals in the unreliable task of experimenting. The Humane Society. "Alternatives to Animal Tests: The Humane Society of the United States." Alternatives to Animal Tests: The Humane Society of the United States.
The HumaneFile Size: 39KB. The following selected bibliography is provided to assist those who present course topics in preparing their material. It can also be used as a resource for participants. The references that the committee believes are essential for a minimum institutional library have been designated by an asterisk.
Honess, Paul & Wolfensohn, Sarah. The Extended Welfare Assessment Grid: A Matrix for the Assessment of Welfare and Cumulative Suffering in Experimental Animals. Alternatives to laboratory animals: ATLA. Hosey, G.R. How does the zoo environment affect the behaviour of captive primates.
Appl Anim Behav Sci.Ruminants: Cattle, Sheep, and Goats. Guidelines for the Breeding, Care and Management of Laboratory Animals. NRC (National Research Council). A report of the ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources) Committee on Standards, Subcommittee on Standards for. Literature Searches for Animal Testing Alternatives.
Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science, Volume 3 While replacing and reducing the use of laboratory animals are integral parts of the 3Rs replace, reduce, refine which form the cornerstones of laboratory animal science, biomedical research involving animals remains absolutely essential for the advancement of the medical.
Consideration of Alternatives to the Use of Live Animals For Research and Teaching. From the ETSU Animal Study Protocol form: The search for alternatives refers to the three Rs described in the book, The Principles of Humane Experimental Technique () by Russell and Burch.
The book also covers aspects of standardization, diseases of laboratory animals and their effect on welfare and experiment results, recognition of pain and distress, anaesthesia, the possibilities and limitations of the use of alternatives and the ethics of animal experimentation.
Laboratory Animals: Regulations and Recommendations for the Care and Use of Animals in Research, Second Edition, is the only publication to offer a global compilation of standards on the care, welfare and use of animals in book provides updated information that will be of great interest to professionals across laboratory animal science and biomedical research.
Annotated Bibliography“Animal Testing ” PETA: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. PETA. 30 Aug. Although testing is an important aspect of scientific research, it is not appropriate to do testing on animals that is cruel and unusual.
Companies like Clorox, producers of household cleaning products, test their products on animals by putting substances. This article mostly talks about how the animals uses aren’t as similar as humans, the organism and body function don’t always act the same, giving the animal an unnecessary pain for researches that it may not be credible.
to support this idea the article gives may outline animals testing supporters have said, PETA automatically give a. Because of the biological similarities between many animals and humans, scientists can learn about diseases, and find out how humans might react to medicines, cosmetics, chemicals, and other products by testing them on animals first.
According to the Humane Society of the United States, more than twenty-five million animals are used in research, testing, and education each s: 1. Alternatives to Animal Use in Research, Testing, and Education on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Alternatives to Animal Use in Research, Testing, and EducationManufacturer: US Government Printing Office. This bibliography is primarily based on Oscar Horta’s Publications in English on wild animal suffering and intervention in nature (for and against), Daniel Dorado’s Ethical interventions in the wild: an annotated bibliography, and the research that Aron Vallinder and I did for a paper on wild animal welfare that we once planned to write.
If you know of relevant material not included in the.The types of alternatives listed here are summarized from InterNICHE and FRAME Alternatives Laboratory. In the introductory paragraph of this section, there are several statistics related to vaccines, HIV, and neuroprotection drugs, which are taken from this systematic review of animal models.Well the theme this year was rights and responsibilities, and my topic is the responsibility humans have to animals in animal testing.
Which could be interpreted as we .