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Laboratory Animals

Regulations and Recommendations for Global Collaborative Research

Laboratory Animals: Regulations and Recommendations for Global Collaborative Research is the only publication to offer a compilation of standards across the world in the care, welfare and use of animals in research. Timely in the new legislation in numerous regions of the world, this book provides the information in easily accessible, readable language.

For professionals across laboratory animal science and biomedical research, Laboratory Animals: Regulations and Recommendations for Global Collaborative Research provides a broad picture of the regulations required in other areas of the world and is essential to appropriately manage animal care and use programs.

Audience

All professionals in laboratory animal science: animal care takers, technicians, veterinarians; investigators using animals in research; research institution administrators; and members of institutional animal care and use committees or ethics committees.

Hardbound, 420 Pages

Published: October 2013

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-397856-1

Contents

  • 1. Same Principles; Some Differences
    2. Oversight of Research Animal Welfare in the United States
    3. Canada’s Oversight of Animal Use in Science
    4. Laboratory Animal Science Legislation in Latin America
    5. The European Framework on Research Animal Welfare Regulations and Guidelines
    6. Israeli Legislation and Regulation on the Use of Animals in Biological and Medical Research
    7. Animal Experimentation in Africa: Legislation and Guidelines
    8. Laws, Regulations and Guidelines Shaping Research Animal Care and Use in India
    9. Oversight of Animal Research in China
    10. Laws, Regulations, Guidelines, and Principles Pertaining to Laboratory Animals in Far East Asia
    11. Laws, Regulations, Guidelines and Principles Pertaining to Laboratory Animals in Southeast Asia
    12. Laboratory Animals Regulations and Recommendations for Global Collaborative Research: Australia and New Zealand

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