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  • AVMA Guidelines   for the Euthanasia   of Animals

    [英文] AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals


    Animal issues are no longer socially invisible. During the past half-century, efforts to ensure the respectful and humane treatment of animals have garnered global attention.1,2 Concern for the welfare of animals is reflected in the growth of animal welfare science and ethics.

  • The prodcut list of Braitree Scientific INC

    [英文] The prodcut list of Braitree Scientific INC


    Braintree Scientific, Inc. provides research equipment and support for medical researchers. They are proud to be able to celebrate 40+ years servicing the needs of the Life Science Industry. They still will continue to respond to the demands for new technology and commit to provide products that assist you. Together with their unique products and hand picked selection of products, believe you will find everything you need. If you cannot locate an item, let them know and they will find it for you or develop it for you. They pledge to ensure their products are of the highest quality and their service and prices second to none. Together they can move towards new medical milestones.

  • The Laboratory swine

    [英文] The Laboratory swine


    Laboratory swine have become important animal models, although the number of swine used in research stands no comparison with the number of rodents used. Since the first edition of The Laboratory Swine was published, a further increase in the number of swine has occurred, and swine are replacing other non-rodent species, such as dogs and primates, more and more in toxicity studies.

  • Clinical Laboratory Animal Medicine

    [英文] Clinical Laboratory Animal Medicine


    The purpose of this book is to provide basic information on unique anatomic and physiologic characteristics, care and maintenance,common diseases, and recommended treatments for rodents, rabbits, ferrets, and nonhuman primates. It has been prepared as a guide for practicing veterinarians, veterinary students, veterinary technicians, research scientists, and others interested in learning about smaller mammals and nonhuman primates. Knowledge is the key to a familiar dictum: primum non nocere—“first do no harm.” To undertake medical care of a species with which one is unfamiliar can be dangerous. By gaining familiarity with the more significant, unique biologic features of laboratory animals, learning the most common disease processes, and applying knowledge and skills acquired during professional training, veterinarians should be capable of providing health care to these animals with a reasonable degree of competence.

  • Aggression in group-housed laboratory mice: why can

    [英文] Aggression in group-housed laboratory mice: why can't we solve the problem?


    ​Group housing is highly important for social animals. However, it can also give rise to aggression, one of the most serious welfare concerns in laboratory mouse husbandry. Severe fighting can lead to pain, injury and even death.

  • Nonhuman primate species as models of human bacterial sepsis

    [英文] Nonhuman primate species as models of human bacterial sepsis


    Sepsis involves a disordered host response to systemic infection leading to high morbidity and mortality. Despite intense research, targeted sepsis therapies beyond antibiotics have remained elusive. The cornerstone of sepsis research is the development of animal models to mimic human bacterial infections and test novel pharmacologic targets.

  • The IACUC Handbook(Third Edition)

    [英文] The IACUC Handbook(Third Edition)


    The IACUC Handbook

  • Anatomy of Rat

    [英文] Anatomy of Rat


  • Transportation of Laboratory Animals

    [英文] Transportation of Laboratory Animals


    The Live Animals Regulations (LAR), developed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), list standards for about 7,000 species or container requirements. However, less than 20 species compose more than 98 percent of the animals that are shipped or used in bio-medical research. Mice, rats, and fish make up more than 85 percent of animals used in research worldwide.

  • Laboratory Animal  Anaesthesia

    [英文] Laboratory Animal Anaesthesia


    Providing the most appropriate and effective anaesthetic regimen is an essen-tial part of good experimental design. Anaesthesia has profound effects on the physiological processes of animals, and this can have a marked effect on experi-mental data.

  • Mouse wheel system
  • Rat running platform
  • Operating Table / anatomical table for rats and mice
  • Rat mobile ultra-clean / micro-barrier feeding system
  • Rat EVC feeding system
  • Disposable medical protective clothing
  • Pulsating Vacuum Sterilizer (Special Sterilizer For Animal Laboratory)