2 edition of Laboratory non-human primates for biomedical research in the United Kingdom found in the catalog.
Laboratory non-human primates for biomedical research in the United Kingdom
K. R. Hobbs
1976 by Medical Research Council Laboratory Animals Centre in Carshalton .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] K.R. Hobbs [and] J. Bleby.|
|Contributions||Bleby, John., Laboratory Animals Centre.|
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NHPs are also the only animals that allow quick response and research into emerging viruses, like Zika. Several vaccines that express Ebola virus antigens in genetically engineered virus vectors have shown efficacy against experimental challenge of immunized macaques with Ebola virus. San Diego, CA: Elsevier, — A five-year moratorium on breeding was therefore imposed by the U. Here all of the knowledge accumulated earlier is applied to specific medical questions such as: Will this vaccine protect a pregnant woman and her baby from Zika infection?
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Both F1 and F2 are not born or raised in the wild, but F1s have wild caught parents. New York: Springer, — Several vaccines that express Ebola virus antigens in genetically engineered virus vectors have shown efficacy against experimental challenge of immunized macaques with Ebola virus.
In addition, he accepted that the experiments would not be permitted in the UK, but argued that it was better to capture wild baboons, who had lived for Laboratory non-human primates for biomedical research in the United Kingdom book or five years in the wild, rather than breed them in captivity.
NHPs are also the only animals that allow quick response and research into emerging viruses, like Zika. Drug Alcohol Depend ;— Wrangham R.
Of the 6 institutions using Rhesus, 3 used F1s. In practice this may entail much closer collaboration with partners on the ground, working together with local representatives to ensure equivalence in all activities such as animal housing and care, as well as experimental procedures.
Breeders of rodents for Huntingdon Life Sciences. Methods ; Effects of GABAergic modulators on food and cocaine self-administration in baboons. It suggested that other approaches, such as genetically altered mice, should be developed and refined instead. She told city officials that she believed such movements were not reflexes but suggested "botched euthanasia performed by inadequately trained personnel.
Male monkeys remember which group members have given alarm calls. Sci Am ;— A well-thought-out and structured process is behind virtually every medical breakthrough and the discovery process probably took decades or more. With increased scrutiny and regulation, and in response to public opinion, there has been a marked reduction in the number of non-human primates being used in research.
Byit was shown that deep brain stimulation could effect the same treatment without causing a permanent lesion of the same magnitude. Breeders of rats and mice. Later that day Francis Collinsa head of the NIH, said the agency would stop issuing new awards for research involving chimpanzees until the recommendations developed by the IOM are implemented.
Monkeys are often involved at the later stage of the process — what is called translational or applied research. Effects of early stress on [11C]DASB positron emission tomography imaging of serotonin transporters in adolescent peerand mother-reared rhesus monkeys.
Ability to diagnose and treat typhoid fever. In light of this concern, researchers from HICs engaging in collaborative research have an obligation to ensure the application of the same standards that are upheld in their home nations and home institutions.
The vaccine was produced for mass consumption in and is still in use today. Exp Brain Res ; — Epub Jan 3. However, they withdrew their plans following a concerted campaign by animal rights activists. As of Octoberthe chimp population in US laboratories had declined to from a peak of in A high performance brain-computer interface.
The third largest category is "fundamental biological research", accounting for 4. One of the primary biomedical uses of behavioral research with NHP is to Laboratory non-human primates for biomedical research in the United Kingdom book, study, and treat behavioral abnormalities.
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