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    Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science, Volume I, Third Edition: Essential Principles and Practices
    Jann Hau (Editor), Steven J. Schapiro (Editor)

    • Hardcover: 740 pages
    • Publisher: --
    • Edition: 3rd., (December 2, 2010)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 1420084550
    • ISBN-13: 978-1420084559


    Laboratory animal testing provides most of our current knowledge of human physiology, microbiology, immunology, pharmacology, and pathology. From studies of genetics in fruit flies to studies of cellular processes in genetically modified mice to recent dramatic developments in genetics, translational research, and personalized medicines, biomedical research involving animals remains absolutely essential for the advancement of the medical, veterinary, agricultural, and biological sciences and all rely on access to high-quality laboratory animals as models for humans.
    Rooted in the principle that good science can only be performed in environments that promote good animal welfare, this third edition of the bestselling Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science, Vol. 1, Essential Principles and Practices emphasizes the importance of implementing the three R’s: replacing live animals with alternative methods, reducing the number of animals used, and refining techniques to minimize animal discomfort, and integrates these humane principles into almost every chapter.
    See what's new in the Third Edition:

    • New chapters: Applications of Radio-Telemetry in Small Laboratory Animals, Generation and analysis of genetically modified mice, and Physiological, Hematological, and Clinical Chemistry Parameters
    • Additional mateiral on the international harmonization of practices and on the continued implementation of the refinement, reduction, and replacement of animal usage in laboratories
    • Sixteen page color insert

    Relevant to virtually all areas of laboratory science and forming the cornerstone of laboratory animal science, each individual chapter focuses on an important subdiscipline of laboratory animal science including humane laws and guidelines; non-surgical, surgical, microsurgical, and post-mortem procedures; genetic modification; nutrition, feeding, and environmental factors; experiment design and alternative methods; and analgesia, anesthesia, and euthanasia. Each chapter can be read in series or as a stand alone text.
    A truly international effort from world renowned contributors, Handbook of Laboratory Animal Science, Vol. 1, Essential Principles and Practices, Third Edition is useful as a textbook in laboratory animal science courses for postgraduate and undergraduate students, as a handbook for scientists who work with animals in their research, and for university veterinarians, regulators, and other specialists in laboratory animal science.


    • The Contribution of Laboratory Animals to Medical Progress — Past, Present, and Future, John D. Harding, Gerald L. Van Hoosier, and Franziska B. Grieder
    • Ethics of Animal Research, I. Anna S. Olsson, Paul Robinson, and Peter Sandøe
    • An Overview of Global Legislation, Regulation and Policies, Kathryn Bayne, Bryan R. Howard, Tsutomu Miki Kurosawa, and Maria Eugenia Aguilar Nájera
    • Assessment of Animal Care and Use Programs and Facilities, Javier Guillen, Letty V. Medina, and James R. Swearengen
    • Education and Training, Nicole Duffee, Timo Nevalainen, and Jann Hau
    • Laboratory Animal Science and Service Organizations, Patri Vergara and Gilles Demers
    • Laboratory Animal Allergy and Zoonoses, Richard M. Preece and Anne Renström
    • Laboratory Animal Facilities and Equipment for Conventional, Barrier, and Containment Housing Systems, Jack R. Hessler
    • Laboratory Animal Genetics and Genetic Quality Control, Michael F.W. Festing and Cathleen Lutz
    • Health Status and Health Monitoring, Axel Kornerup Hansen
    • Nutrient Requirements, Experimental Design, and Feeding Schedules in Animal Experimentation, Jo H. A. J. Curfs, André Chwalibog, Bart S. Savenije, and Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga
    • Impact of the Biotic and Abiotic Environment on Animal Experiments, Nancy A. Johnston and Timo Nevalainen
    • Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis, Michael F.W. Festing
    • Common Nonsurgical Techniques and Procedures, Vera Baumans and Cynthia A. Pekow
    • Applications of Radio-Telemetry in Small Laboratory Animals, Klaas Kramer and Steve Hachtman
    • Immunization for Production of Antibodies, Jann Hau and Coenraad Hendriksen
    • Laboratory Animal Analgesia, Anesthesia, and Euthanasia, Ludo J. Hellenbrekers and Patricia Hedenqvist
    • Welfare Assessment and Humane Endpoints, David B. Morton and Jann Hau
    • Surgery: Basic Principles and Procedures, M. Michael Swindle, Heather Elliott, and Alison C. Smith
    • Microsurgical Procedures in Experimental Research, Daniel A. Steinbrüchel
    • Postmortem Procedures, Ricardo E. Feinstein and Kimberly S. Waggie
    • Alternatives: Refinement, Reduction and Replacement of Animal Uses in the Life Sciences, Lisbeth E. Knudsen, Marlies Leenaars, Bart Savenije, and Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga
    • Generation and Analysis of Genetically Modified Mice, Cord Brakebusch
    • Physiological, Hematological, and Clinical Chemistry Parameters (Including Conversion Factors), Grete Østergaard, Helle Nordahl Hansen, and Jan Lund Ottesen

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