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use of non-human primates as laboratory animals in Great Britain
Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments.
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London conducts research on addiction using non-human primates, although no claims were made by the ALF of any violation of any rules or regulations regarding the use of animals in research.   London responded by writing an op-ed column in the LA Times titled "Why I use laboratory animals.". Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research: Diseases (American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine Book 2) - Kindle edition by Abee, Christian R., Mansfield, Keith, Tardif, Suzette D., Morris, Timothy. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research 5/5(2).
The animals are packed into tiny crates with little to no food or water and are taken to filthy holding centers, where they await long and terrifying trips in the cargo holds of passenger airlines. Their destination: laboratories like Covance or Charles River Laboratories, laboratory dealers like Primate Products, Inc., or primate breeding. Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare covers all aspects of primate care and management both in the laboratory environment and in zoos. From the welfare and ethics of primate captivity through to housing and husbandry systems, environmental enrichment, nutritional requirements, breeding issues, primate diseases, and additional information on transportation and quarantine .
Non-Human Primates. modifying the barren environment would introduce data-biasing variables and that the financial costs to accommodate the animals would be too great. In , the Improved Standards for Laboratory Animals Act (ISLAA) amendments to the Animal Welfare Act were passed, mandating among other requirements—“a physical. The Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. NRC ILAR. P. Environmental Enrichment. Laboratory Animal Medicine. Fox et al. Academic Press. P. Nonhuman Primate Enrichment Plan is available from the BU ASC.
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In the EU, animal experiments are governed by Directive /63/EU (EU ) on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes, which required member states to apply the provisions of the directive through their national legislation from 1 January According to the directive, the use of non-human primates demands special attention and certain requirements have to be met:Cited by: 10 The Use of Non-human Primates in Research 85 It would appear that for many researchers concerns about the equivalence of standards in animal research are fundamental.
Show simple item record. An RSPCA/FRAME Survey of the Use of Non-Human Primates as Laboratory Animals in Great Britain, The use of non-human primates continues to be one the most contentious areas of biological and medical research.
The publication of this independent report into the scientific basis for the past, current and future role of non-human primates in research is both a.
Altern Lab Anim. Dec;31(6) The future of non-human primates as laboratory animals in Great Britain: please don't build the Cambridge laboratory!Cited by: 1. • The use of wild-caught non-human primates in research by a UK researcher who undertook his experiments in Kenya, thus "bypassing British law" (Chatfield and Morton ).
• An attempt to. The 2e of the gold standard text in the field, Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical research.
The Biology and Management volume provides basic information on the natural biology of nonhuman primates and the current state of knowledge regarding captive management. The report of Sir David Weatherall's working group on 'The use of non-human primates in research' was published in December The remit of this report, which was initiated in March by the Academy, Medical Research Council, Royal Society and Wellcome Trust, was ‘to examine the scientific basis for recent, current and future use of non-human primates within biological and medical.
non-human primates that are used in medical research. 4 Primates Humans and all other apes; monkeys and a number of other non-human primates. Apes The great apes (chimpanzees, gorillas, orang-utans); the lesser apes (such as gibbons); and humans. Monkeys ‘New World’ monkeys originally from Central and South America.
A volume in the Handbook of Experimental Animals series, The Laboratory Primate details the past and present use of primates in biomedical research, and the husbandry, nutritional requirements, behaviour, and breeding of each of the commonly used species. Practical information on regulatory requirements, not available in other texts, is covered.
Sections on experimental models cover the major. ATLA Abstr. Dec;15(2) Response of the British Home Secretary to the FRAME/CRAE report on The Use of Non-Human Primates as Laboratory Animals in Great Britain.
An RSPCA/FRAME Survey of the Use of Non-Human Primates as Laboratory Animals in Great Britain, Hampson, Judith; Southee, Jacqueline; Howell, David and Balls, Michael () Related Items in Google Scholar.
The welfare of non-human primates used in research Welfare to prepare a report on the welfare of non-human primates used for experiments. The Scientific Committee, taking into account the most recent scientific information should on the use of laboratory animals, to set minimum standards for housing and care, and File Size: KB.
The directive stresses the use of the 3R principle (replacement, refinement, reduction) and animal welfare when conducting animal testing on non-human primates. A amendment to the German Animal Welfare Act, with special regulations for monkeys, resulted in a near total ban on the use of great apes as laboratory animals.
Hampson, J., Southee, J., Howell, D. and Balls, M. () An RSPCA/FRAME survey on the use of non-human primates as laboratory animals in Great Britain, – ATLA, 17 Cited by: 1.
Animal testing on non-human primates: | | ||| | Two primates in a laboratory cage | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.
The Use of Nonhuman Primates in Laboratories in Great Britain One justification for the use of primates in biomedical research is their close evolutionary relationship to humans. Those parts of the brain associated with general awareness and appreciation of distress and suffering are more highly developed in primates than in lower mammals.
Before pharmaceuticals reach the consumer, their safety has to be tested on humans during clinical trials. Preliminary experiments on animals – often rats and dogs – are intended to protect the health of people taking part in these trials.
Only few candidate pharmaceuticals are actually tested on non-human primates (NHPs). Primates are needed to test certain drugs with potential effects on.
Larry Carbone, a laboratory animal veterinarian, writes that, in his experience, IACUCs take their work very seriously regardless of the species involved, though the use of non-human primates always raises what he calls a "red flag of special concern".Description: Around 50– million vertebrate animals.
The Mo nographs on the Pathology of Laboratory Animals are de signed to facilitate communication among those involved in the safety testing of foods, drugs, and chemicals.
The complete set will cover all organ systems and is intended for use by pathologists, toxicologists, and others con cerned with evaluating toxicity and carcinogenicity Author: T.
Jones. Alternatives to the use of non-human primates (NHPs) in research and testing do exist and can complement but not yet completely replace testing on these primates. As far as possible, the number of animals used should be reduced, methodologies should be refined, and the use of animals should be replaced by alternative methods (3Rs principle).EXPERIMENTS on nonhuman primates in Britain, carried out largely before the animal experiments act ofwere of 'uneven quality' and were often poorly reported.
This is the finding of a survey.The capture of wild primates for use in breeding colonies and for experiments in some countries also causes very significant suffering the use of great apes has not been allowed since Chimpanzees are still used in the USA, although the number is declining.
Laboratory animals. We work hard to reduce the use and suffering of animals.