3 edition of Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals, Great Britain found in the catalog.
Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals, Great Britain
|Statement||Home Office. 1993.|
|Series||Cm -- 2746|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Home Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
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The government today released its annual statistics on the number of animals used in scientific, medical and veterinary research in The figures show that 3, procedures were conducted in Great Britain in% fewer than in Home Office () Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals, Great Britain London, UK: Home Office [Google Scholar] House of Lords () Select Committee on Animals in Scientific Procedures, Volume I—Report.
London, UK: The Stationery Office [Google Scholar] ICM () Vivisection survey, conducted on behalf of BBC by: An essential book for all those who conduct animal-based research or are involved in education and training, as well as regulators, supporters, and opponents alike. This fully updated third edition includes discussion of genetically altered animals Author: Vaughan Monamy.
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20 May Link to. A Global View of Animal Experiments 1 Executive Summary This paper, produced as part of the Lush Prize, which rewards initiatives to end animal level of scientific procedures is determined by a number of factors, including the economic Annual Statistics of Scientiﬁc Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain 9 Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals, K File Size: 1MB.
Tolerable Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals Intake. Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals: Great Britain to experiments or other scientific procedures performed on living animals that were subject to the provisions of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act during the year from 1January in accordance with section 21(7) of the Act.
The laboratory mouse is a small mammal of the order Rodentia which is bred and used for scientific tory mice are usually of the species Mus are the most commonly used mammalian research model and are used for research in genetics, psychology, medicine and other scientific disciplines. Mice belong to the Euarchontoglires clade, which.
The Animals (Scientific Procedures) Actsometimes referred to as ASPA, is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom ( c. 14) passed inwhich regulates the use of animals used for research in the UK. The Act permits studies to be conducted using animals for procedures such as breeding genetically modified animals, medical and veterinary advances, Citation: c.
Millions of animals are used and killed in the name of progress every year. Global animal experiments. Cruelty Free International has published the most up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive estimate of the number of animals used in scientific experiments worldwide, ten years after our previous, widely cited estimate.
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Abstract. The use of non-human primates in biomedical research is a contentious issue that raises serious ethical and practical concerns. In the European Union, where regulations on their use are very tight, the number of non-human primates used in research has been in decline over the past by: Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals by Home Office 4 editions - first published in Not in LibraryEmigration and immigration law, Accessible book, Archives, History Great Britain, England, Wales.
Reporting against VMD published standards up to 31 January We publish national and official statistics relating to the environment, rural communities, food, farming and biosecurity. animal procedures were carried out for pharmacological safety and efficacy studies. About 13 percent of all animal procedures were toxicological tests conducted to conform to legislative or regulatory requirements.
Source: Home Office () Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain (London: HMSO). Information about the levels of suffering has come to light following the release by the Home Office of the Annual Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals, Great Britain This is the first year that the statistics have been collected under the regime outlined by the European Directive (/63/EC) that governs the use of.
Home Office () Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act —Code of practice for the housing and care of animals used in scientific procedures Home Office () Statistics of scientific procedures on living animals Great Britain London: HMSO.
Google Scholar. Hoskins, CM The Waltham book of human-animal interaction: Cited by: Up-to-date information on all relevant UK legislation and guidelines is given, with the main emphasis being on the interpretation of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act Author: Belinda Tonkins. Other important animal protection laws in the UK include: the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Actthe Dangerous Dogs Actthe Wild Mammals (Protection) Actthe Hunting Act and the Zoo licensing Act fundamental scientific research aimed at understanding human function and disease – about per cent of all animals used.
Sinceneither primates nor any other animals have been used to test cosmetics products in the UK. Source: Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals: Great Britain I have published 18 scientific papers and comments, eight conference reports or proceedings an editorial, a report, a book chapter and a thesis.
The following are the most relevant peer-reviewed articles: 1. Hudson-Shore, M. () Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals Great Britain. Inmillion scientific procedures on animals – mostly rats and mice – were started in Great Britain. Half involved breeding genetically modified animals.Animal research statistics: Great Britain BUAV investigation of Cambridge University.
- - In the number of procedures assessed "severe: the characteristics of severe procedures are that they cause a major departure from .Commission Staff Working Paper - Report on the Statistics on the Number of Animals used for Experimental and other Scientific Purposes in the Member States of .