Estimates for Worldwide Laboratory Animal Use in 2005

@article{Taylor2008EstimatesFW,
  title={Estimates for Worldwide Laboratory Animal Use in 2005},
  author={K. Taylor and N. Gordon and G. Langley and Wendy Higgins},
  journal={Alternatives to Laboratory Animals},
  year={2008},
  volume={36},
  pages={327 - 342}
}
Animal experimentation continues to generate public and political concern worldwide. Relatively few countries collate and publish animal use statistics, yet this is a first and essential step toward public accountability and an informed debate, as well as being important for effective policy-making and regulation. The implementation of the Three Rs (replacement, reduction and refinement of animal experiments) should be expected to result in a decline in animal use, but without regular, accurate… Expand
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