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    Aseptic techniques in rodent
    The Institute of Animal Technology, University of Newcastle and funding from NC3Rs



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    DescriptionThis section of the Procedures with Care website has been developed in consultation with colleagues across Europe and North America. The standards and approaches we recommend can easily be achieved in any facility undertaking experimental surgical techniques. We have adopted a pragmatic approach in preparing these tutorials. We have balanced the ideal of adopting full aseptic procedures, equivalent to those in medical surgical facilities, with an approach that we consider to be easily achieved in any facility undertaking experimental surgical procedures in rodents.

    We highlight in the audio commentary the ideal approach, and the methods that are currently considered acceptable.
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