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Published articles: The design of animal studies

 

Balls M, Blaauboer B, Brusick D, Frazier J et al 1990 a. Report and recommendations of the CAAT/ERGATT workshop on the validation of toxicity test procedures. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals 18: 313-337. Link

 

Balls M, Botham P, Cordier A, Fumero S et al 1990 b. Report and recommendations of an international workshop on promotion of the regulatory acceptance of validated non-animal toxicity test procedures. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals 18: 339-344.Link

 

Chapman, K., Sewell, F., Allais, L., Delongeas, J.-L., Donald, E., Festag, M., Kervyn, S., Ockert, D., Nogues, V., Palmer, H. et al. (2013). A global pharmaceutical company initiative: An evidence-based approach to define the upper limit of body weight loss in short term toxicity studies. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, 67 (1), 27-38.Link

 

Everds, N. E., Snyder, P. W., Bailey, K. L., Bolon, B., Creasy, D. M., Foley, G. L., Rosol, T. J. & Sellers, T. (2013). Interpreting stress responses during routine toxicity studies a review of the biology, impact, and assessment. Toxicologic Pathology, 41 (4), 560–614.Link

 

Everitt, J. I. (2015). The Future of Preclinical Animal Models in Pharmaceutical Discovery and Development A Need to Bring In Cerebro to the In Vivo Discussions. Toxicologic Pathology. Link

 

Festing, M. (2010). The design of animal experiments.  In  R.  Hubrecht  &  J.  Kirkwell (Eds.), The UFAW Handbook on the Care and Management of Laboratory and Other Research Animals: Eighth Edition (p. 23-36).Link

 

Festing, M. & Altman, D. (2002). Guidelines for the design and statistical analysis of experiments using laboratory animals. ILAR journal, 43 (4), 244–258.Link

 

Kilkenny, C., Browne, W. J., Cuthill, I. C., Emerson, M. & Altman, D. G. (2010). Improving bioscience research reporting: the ARRIVE guidelines for reporting animal research. PLoS Biology, 8 (6), e1000412.Link

 

Kilkenny, C., Parsons, N., Kadyszewski, E., Festing, M. F., Cuthill, I. C.,  Fry,  D.,  Hutton, J. & Altman, D. G. (2009). Survey of the quality of experimental design, statistical analysis and reporting of research using animals. PLoS One, 4 (11), e7824.Link

 

Mitchell, C. B. T. S. R., A.Z. McMahon. (2010). Sensitivity of two noninvasive blood pressure measurement techniques compared to telemetry in cynomolgus monkeys and beagle dogs. Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods, 62, 64-63.Link

 

Shaw, R., Festing, M., Peers, I. & Furlong, L. (2002). Use of factorial designs to optimize animal experiments and reduce animal use.  ILAR Journal, 43 (4), 223–232.Link

 

Wolfer, D. P., Litvin, O., Morf, S., Nitsch, R. M., Lipp, H.-P. & Würbel, H. (2004). Laboratory animal welfare:  cage  enrichment  and  mouse  behaviour.  Nature,  432 (7019), 821–822.Link

 

Würbel, H. (2000). Behaviour and the standardization fallacy. Nature Genetics, 26 (3), 263–263.Link

 

Würbel, H. & Garner, J. P. (2007). Refinement of rodent research through environmental enrichment and systematic randomization. NC3Rs, 9, 1-9.Link