A search filter for increasing the retrieval of animal studies in Embase

@inproceedings{Vries2011ASF,
  title={A search filter for increasing the retrieval of animal studies in Embase},
  author={Rob de Vries and Carlijn R Hooijmans and Alice Tillema and Marlies Leenaars and Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga},
  booktitle={Laboratory animals},
  year={2011}
}
Collecting and analysing all available literature before starting a new animal experiment is important and it is indispensable when writing systematic reviews of animal research. In practice, finding all animal studies relevant to a specific research question turns out to be anything but simple. In order to facilitate this search process, we previously developed a search filter for retrieving animal studies in the most often used biomedical database, PubMed. It is a general requirement for… CONTINUE READING

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