An inhalation exposure chamber designed for animal handling.

@article{Brown1981AnIE,
  title={An inhalation exposure chamber designed for animal handling.},
  author={Michael Geoffrey Brown and Owen R. Moss},
  journal={Laboratory animal science},
  year={1981},
  volume={31 6},
  pages={
          717-20
        }
}
A whole-body inhalation exposure chamber was designed and constructed that provided for uniform distribution of aerosols within the chamber and facilitated animal care. Animals were permanently housed in the chamber while on experiment. The entire chamber (including cage units) was sanitized in our cagewashing unit. Animals and their feed were easily observed since cages were mounted in pull-out drawers. The chamber accommodated 360 mice, 196 rats (depending on size), 312 hamsters, 60 guinea… CONTINUE READING

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