Rodentia is the official Newsletter of ACURET.ORG for the dissemination of news, advances and discoveries on laboratory animal welfare
Research organizations seeking to understand biological correlations cannot avoid working with and experiments on animals. It is imperative therefore that the protection of the research animals is a particular concern. The welfare of animal used in research, education and testing, (including transportation, responsible handling, appropriate diet of the animal’s species) is an essential ethical obligation which are essential precondition for obtaining reliable and reproducible scientific results.
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Rodentia Vol 2:(I) October 2019