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ATLA - Alternatives to Laboratory Animals

New issue of ATLA now available

The latest issue (44.1) of FRAME’s scientific journal ATLA is now available.

The contents include:

EDITORIAL: Scientific issues raised by the use of dogs as laboratory animals.
M. Balls.

ARTICLES:
A comparative evaluation of six principal IgY antibody extraction methods.
H. Ren, W. Yang, D. Thirumalai, X. Zhang & R. Schade.

A training course on laboratory animal science: an initiative to implement the Three Rs of animal research in India.
K. Pratap & V.P. Singh.

Non-human primates in neuroscience research: the case against its scientific necessity.
J. Bailey & K. Taylor.

COMMENT:
Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals 2014: A new format, and hopefully a new era of diminishing animal experimentation?
M. Hudson-Shore.

Brazilian Center for the Validation of Alternative Methods (BraCVAM) and the process of validation in Brazil.
O. Presgrave, W. Moura, C. Caldeira, E. Pereira, M.H. Villas Bôas & C. Eskes.

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