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Published articles: Toxicology and safety assessment using animals


Hall,  R.  &  Everds,  N.  (2008).  Principles  of  clinical  pathology  for  toxicology  studies.  In Principles and methods of toxicology (p. 1317-1358). Florida, USA: CRC Press Taylor   and  Francis  Group.Link


Ipsos MORI. (2012). Views on the use of animals in scientific research. London: Department  for  Business,  Innovation  and  Skill.Link


Klimisch H-J, Andreae M & Tillmann U 1997. A systematic approach for evaluating the quality of experimental toxicological and ecotoxicological data. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 1-5. Link


Leishman, D., Beck, T., Dybdal, N., Gallacher, D., Guth, B., Holbrook, M., Roche, B.    & Wallis, R. (2012). Best practice in the conduct of key nonclinical cardiovascular assessments in drug development: Current recommendations from the safety pharmacology society. Journal of Pharmacological and Toxicological Methods, 65 (3), 93-101.Link


Peers, I. S., South, M. C., Ceuppens, P. R., Bright, J. D. & Pilling, E. (2014). Can you trust your animal study data? Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, 13, 560.Link


Poole, T.  (1997).  Happy animals make good science.  Laboratory Animals, 31 (2), 116-124.Link


Richter, S. H., Garner, J. P., Auer, C., Kunert, J. & Wurbel, H. (2010). Systematic variation improves reproducibility of animal experiments. Nature Methods, 7 (3), 167-168.Link


Taylor, K., Gordon, N., Langley, G. & Higgins, W. (2008). Estimates for worldwide laboratory animal use in 2005.  ATLA, 36 (3),  327.Link