Biomedical science’s use of animals as models help us understand and predict responses in humans in toxicology and pharmacology, yet their use remains a source of significant controversy. This volume explores the many facets of the use of animal models in toxicology. Individual chapters cover the major species and review current laws and regulations governing animal care and use in major countries. This edition includes new chapters on telemeterized animals and imaging and adds a section on transgenic animals. The book also contains extensive appendices of acronyms, regulatory and scientific websites, animal suppliers, and a lexicon of terms.
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