The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) oversees the Universitys animal care and use program and is responsible for reviewing all animal care applications using vertebrate animals, ensuring compliance with federal animal welfare regulations, inspecting animal facilities and investigator laboratories, investigating animal concerns, and overseeing training and educational programs. Continue Here. • NIH/PHS Animal Welfare Assurance Number:D16-00256 (A3410-01 ...
2017 - 2018 Committee Members. Oversees and reviews all classroom and research projects involving the use of living vertebrate animals to ensure the humane care and use of animals in accordance with the Health Research Extension Act of 1985. Public law 99-158.. Chair:. Norm Garrison, faculty, Biology. Faculty/Staff:. Tamara Hatch, Office of Sponsored Programs Administration. Chris Lantz, Biology. Marcella Mullenax, Environmental Health Coordinator. Melanie Shoup-Knox, Psychology. Carolyn Strong, Research Integrity. K.T. Vaughan, Libraries & Educational Technologies. Institutional Official:. Dr. Heather ...
All animals were treated according to the ARVO Statement for the Use of Animals in Ophthalmic and Vision Research and standards set forth by the Baylor College of Medicine Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Protocols were approved by the Baylor College of Medicine Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Fourteen pigmented Dutch Belted rabbits weighing between 2 and 3 kg underwent filtration surgery in the right eye performed by a single surgeon (BJF) according to an established protocol with minor modifications during a 1-year period from August 2011 to August 2012. 45 Topical anesthetic (proparacaine 0.5%) was applied to the right eye of awake animals and the IOP recorded with a Tonopen (Reichert Technologies, Depew, NY). At least two measurements were taken, and the average of all recordings was documented as the IOP. Because significant rotation of the globe is common in anesthetized rabbits, the 12 oclock position of the limbus was identified with a marking pen prior to ...
Below is the list of hazardous agents. . If the hazard you propose to use is not listed below, you should search the internet for MSDS sheets and provide required information on protocol or addendum ...
It is important to minimize the 3 Ts: time, trash and trauma. Time is kept to a minimum by planning ahead, organizing equipment, and mastering the procedure to be performed. Trash is avoided by keeping instruments sterile, using proper aseptic technique, and wearing appropriate protective gear. Trauma is minimized by using gentle tissue handling techniques, using sharp instruments, keeping tissues moist with sterile saline, and placing sutures and staples to achieve tissue apposition while avoiding excessive tension. A subcuticular skin suture pattern will often preclude the chewing and premature removal of sutures by the animal.. Animals should be kept warm using an external heat source, particularly for procedures of any significant length (i.e., longer than 30 minutes). A circulating water blanket is the safest choice. Great care must be taken to prevent overheating or burning the animal when using other modalities. Some heating pads for rodents come with a rectal temperature probe that acts ...
Rodents with hanta virus, lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus (LCMV) and leptospirosis usually do not exhibit signs of disease. The disease agents are typically shed in the urine of infected animals and people acquire the infection by inhalation, oral ingestion and direct contact with contaminated urine or feces. These are occasionally transmitted from bite wounds and Leptospira can infect people through abraded skin. These diseases often initially appear as a mild flu-like illness in people but may progress to severe disease. LCMV infection is considered hazardous to the unborn fetus. Please refer to the WSU Hantavirus guidelines (http://www.iacuc.wsu.edu/documents/forms/pdf/Zoonoses_19.pdf) if working with wild rodents or in rodent-infested areas and buildings. Salmonellosis and campylobacterosis are acquired by contact and accidental ingestion of fecal material from infected rodents. Animals infected with these diseases may have diarrhea but some may show no symptoms of disease. Any animal ...
The liver is a pivotal organ in the regulation of glucose homeostasis and could modulate insulin resistance (IR) through the manufacturing of secreted proteins
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has set forth federal regulations governing the care and use of laboratory animals in biomedical research that are more extensive than those covering human subjects. The federal law called the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) sets high standards of care for lab animals with regard to their housing, feeding, cleanliness, ventilation and medical needs. It also requires the use of anesthesia or analgesic drugs for potentially painful procedures and during post-operative care. Most importantly, research institutions are required - by law - to establish an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) to oversee all work with animals. The IACUCs require researchers to justify their need for animals; select the most appropriate species and use the fewest number of animals possible to answer a specific question. All IACUCs include at least one veterinarian and one community representative, unaffiliated with the institution. These committees have the authority to ...
15.99.05.W1.06AR: WTAMU Emergency Operations for Institutional Animal Care and Use (Vertebrate Animals). West Texas A&M University (WTAMU) is committed to ensuring that vertebrate animals used in research are treated in a humane, ethical manner, with the highest standard of care according to applied federal, state, and institutional regulations and policies. This policy is intended to provide WTAMUs Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), faculty, staff and students, a general plan of action in the event of an emergency or disaster with potential impact to the animals housed in campus laboratories or in WTAMU associated animal care facilities, to include the Nance Ranch, WTAMU Feedlot, WTAMU Horse Center, and the Buffalo Mascot facility.. 15.99.05.W1.07AR: WTAMU Potential Non-Compliance in the Course of Vertebrate Animal Care and Use Research. This procedure describes the reporting requirements, investigative process, and obligations involved in the response to reports of potential ...
MSU is responsible for managing and administering awards, both Federal and non-Federal, in a manner so as to ensure that funding is expended and associated programs are implemented in full accordance with U.S. statutory and public policy requirements, including but not limited to: those protecting public welfare, the environment, and prohibiting discrimination. MSU has established a number of programs to ensure compliance with policies and procedures such as the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), Office of Research Compliance (ORC), Institutional Review Board (IRB), Technology Transfer Office (TTO), Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), Radiation Safety Committee (RSC), Office of Legal Counsel, and MSU Biosafety Committee. This section expands upon the requirements for research projects that entail the use of human and animal subjects, impacts to the environment, and/or potentially involve conflicts of interest. The OSP Electronic Proposal Clearance Form (ePCF) requires the ...
The Research Compliance Office coordinates and monitors Middleburys research programs to ensure compliance with applicable regulations, statutes, and institutional policies. We do this through compliance committees, reports to federal agencies, and training programs.. Committee Descriptions. Our compliance committees include faculty, staff, and community members, and we thoroughly review all research conducted with vertebrate animals, human subjects, and recombinant DNA.. The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) oversees and evaluates all aspects of Middleburys animal care and use program, and upholds our commitment to the highest level of care and humane handling of animals to foster meaningful scientific research and teaching.. The Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) oversees research that involves recombinant DNA (rDNA).. The Institutional Review Board (IRB) oversees all research involving human subjects to ensure the rights and welfare of participants. ...
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Yet one thing wrong with the proposed policy is that the Steering Committee is not required, at least not explicitly required in the draft, to have public representatives. The policy says it will be composed of federal employees. This raises the worry that public input and concerns over chimera research will not be adequately considered and addressed, and the public will not have a say in the direction of research.. We already have a model for public involvement in animal research. Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees (IACUCs) must have a non-scientist member and a non-affiliated member that represent the interests and concerns of the public. Rebecca Dresser says their role is to, serve as reminders that animal research and education activities must be defensible to the broader society whose support is necessary to continue these activities . . . Once nonscientists become part of the committee, investigators and other committee members must explain and justify scientific practices ...
Research compliance requires a functioning partnership between faculty and research administrators. The Research Compliance Office works with Dartmouth faculty and all Dartmouth offices responsible for research administration to ensure compliance with federal laws and regulations, Dartmouth policies and sponsor requirements. The Research Compliance Office reports to the Vice Provost for Research, Dean R. Madden, PhD.. The Council on Sponsored Activities, the Office of Sponsored Projects, the Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects and the Research Compliance Office assist in the review and development of policies and procedures, and conduct general research compliance oversight.. Please contact the Research Compliance Office with any related questions.. Henrike Frowein, LL. ...
Research involving Human Subjects, Animals, Recombinant DNA, Toxins, or Infectious Agents Federal regulations require that principal investigators planning to use human subjects; animal subjects; or recombinant DNA, toxins, or infectious agents as part of their research projects must have their protocols reviewed and approved by federally mandated and regulated compliance committees. In accordance with this mandate, NDSU has established three committees to review and approve human, animal, and biosafety research and to set institutional policies and procedures involving these regulated areas. Human subject research is reviewed by the Institutional Review Board (IRB). Animal research, teaching, testing, or exhibition projects are reviewed by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). And research using recombinant DNA, infectious agents, human blood, bodily fluids or tissues is reviewed by the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). When a grant is awarded, before release of grant ...
Radiosynthesis of [14C]Dasatinib. [14C]Dasatinib ([14C]BMS-354825) was synthesized at Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. (Princeton, NJ) (Allentoff et al., 2008). The specific activity was 31.9 μCi/mg, and the radioactive purity was 98.7%.. Animal Welfare. Before study initiation, the protocol was approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee at Covance Laboratories Inc. (Madison, WI).. Test Animals, Housing, and Randomization. Female Sprague-Dawley rats (Harlan, Indianapolis, IN), approximately 8 to 9 days postpartum, were used for the lacteal secretion study. The rats weighed 287 to 351 g. Female Sprague-Dawley rats on gestation day 18 were used for the maternal and fetal tissue distribution study. The rats weighed 258 to 355 g. For all the studies, the animals were acclimated for at least 3 days before dose administration. During acclimation and the testing period, the animals were housed in individual polycarbonate shoe box cages. Certified Rodent Diet no. 8728CM (Harlan Teklad, ...
Notice of NIH Policy to All Applicants: Meeting rosters are provided for information purposes only. Applicant investigators and institutional officials must not communicate directly with study section members about an application before or after the review. Failure to observe this policy will create a serious breach of integrity in the peer review process, and may lead to actions outlined in NOT-OD-14-073 and NOT-OD-15-106, including removal of the application from immediate review. ...
Notice of NIH Policy to All Applicants: Meeting rosters are provided for information purposes only. Applicant investigators and institutional officials must not communicate directly with study section members about an application before or after the review. Failure to observe this policy will create a serious breach of integrity in the peer review process, and may lead to actions outlined in NOT-OD-14-073 and NOT-OD-15-106, including removal of the application from immediate review. ...
Alice R. Goepfert, M.D., professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecologys Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, has been named associate dean for Graduate Medical Education in the School of Medicine and Designated Institutional Official for UAB Hospital ...
Alice R. Goepfert, M.D., professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecologys Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, has been named associate dean for Graduate Medical Education in the School of Medicine and Designated Institutional Official for UAB Hospital ...
MSMR is a member organization that focuses on the use of animals in biomedical research, teaching and testing - a critically important, and often controversial issue underlying medical progress. We also take an active interest in life science education, and in other crucially important topics in biomedicine, such as the work of the oversight committees charged with protecting humans (Institutional Review Boards and Institutional Biosafety Committees) and animals (Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees) in research studies.. We provide materials and experiences to classroom teachers and their students, sponsor professional development training for the research community, and engage in public outreach and legislative monitoring regarding issues important to our members.. Our Mission: We promote and enhance biomedical research, including the humane care and use of animals, for the improved health and well-being of people, animals and the environment.. In fulfilling our mission, we foster a ...
Subjects. The procedures were approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee of the Ponce School of Medicine in compliance with National Institutes of Health (NIH) guidelines for the care and use of laboratory animals (Publication number DHHS NIH 86-23). Male Sprague Dawley rats weighing 270-300 gm were transported from the Ponce School of Medicine colony to a satellite facility where they were individually housed in transparent polyethylene cages inside a negative-pressure Biobubble (Colorado Clean Room, Ft. Collins, CO). Rats were maintained on a 12 hr light/dark schedule with ad libitum access to water. Food was restricted to 10-15 gm of standard laboratory rat chow per day until rats reached 85% of their original weight. They were then trained to press a bar for food on a variable interval schedule of reinforcement (VI-60), in a standard operant chamber (Coulborn Instruments, Allentown, PA). This was done to maintain a constant level of activity against which freezing can be ...
Animal care guidelines according to the ARVO Statement for the Use of Animals in Ophthalmic and Vision Research were followed. All procedures were approved by the institutional animal care and use committee (St. Vincents Animal Ethics Committee protocol No. 060/09). Wild type (WT) C57BL/6J mice and Nox2 knockout mice (Nox2 KO) on a C57BL/6J background were supplied by Mary Dinauer (Department of Pediatrics, Washington University of School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO), 12 and bred at the EMSU mouse facility (Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia). The Nox2 genotype was confirmed with conventional genotyping (see Supplementary Fig. S2; Nox2 WT forward primer, 5′AAGAGAAACTCCTCTGCTGTGAA-3′; reverse primer, 5′CGCACTGGAACCCCTGAGAAAGG-3′; Nox2 KO forward primer, 5′AAGAGAAACTCCTCTGCTGTGAA-3′; reverse primer, GTTCTAATTCCATCAGAAGCTTATCG-3′; Sigma-Aldrich, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia). The OIR was induced by exposing 7-day-old neonatal mice (P7) and their mothers to 75% oxygen for 5 days (74.91 ...
Introduction Before advances in cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) methods allowed for three-dimensional (3D) interrogation of myocardial strain, one-dimensional (1D) and two dimensional (2D) strain analysis was the standard. The aim of this study was to investigate the incremental value of CMR-based 3D strain and to test the hypothesis that 3D strain is superior to 1D or 2D strain analysis in the assessment of viability using a porcine model of infarction. Method All animal studies complied with the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee and conformed to Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. MI was induced in twenty young farm pigs with weights from twenty five to thirty five kilograms. An Angioplasty balloon was inserted into the left anterior descending coronary artery (LAD) and inflated to a location just distal to the second diagonal branch of the LAD. After One hundred and fifty minutes, the occlusion of the artery was terminated. All surviving animals progressed to ...
In Vivo Experiments. All animal experiments described in this study were performed after review of the protocols and approval by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.. Murine Whole-Blood Leukotriene B4, Cysteinyl Leukotriene, Lipoxin A4, and PGE2 Assays. For in vitro assays of ionophore-stimulated lipid mediator production, CD-1 mice were euthanized, and blood was collected in heparin-containing syringes by cardiac puncture. The blood was diluted 1:2 (LTB4, LXA4) or 1:15 (LTC4/D4/E4, PGE2) in RPMI 1640 medium, and 200-μl aliquots of the diluted blood were added to wells of a 96-well tissue culture plate. JNJ-26993135 or the 5-lipoxygenase inhibitor zileuton were added at different concentrations to the diluted whole blood (final DMSO concentration of 0.1%) and preincubated for 15 min at 37°C in a humidified incubator. For murine ex vivo analysis of LTB4 production, blood was obtained from BALB/c mice 4 h after oral dosing of JNJ-26993135 and was diluted 1:1 in RPMI 1640 medium, ...
All individuals involved in research or teaching activities that use animals must complete the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) online training module Basic Training Program for Animal Users. The Animal Care and Use Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Program is also mandatory, and all participants must complete the Animal Care and Use Risk Assessment form on this site, which is used to evaluate the possible health risks due to animal exposures and occupational hazards. Depending on the project, participants may be required to follow the Division of Research Safety (DRS) Biological Safety Training.. The portal to access the mandatory programs and forms requires ID authentication. Access is restricted to University of Illinois faculty, students, staff, and authorized guest users. Contact the IACUC or OHS staff to set up a guest account.. The training must be renewed every three years. Risk Assessment Forms must be updated if exposures have changed due to change in research ...
Clenbuterol, a beta2-adrenergic receptor agonist, is used therapeutically to treat respiratory conditions in the horse. However, by virtue of its mechanism of action it has been suggested that clenbuterol may also have repartitioning affects in horses and as such the potential to affect performance. Clenbuterol decreases the percent fat and increases fat-free mass following high dose administration in combination with intense exercise in horses. In the current study, microarray analysis and real-time PCR were used to study the temporal effects of low and high dose chronic clenbuterol administration on differential gene expression of several skeletal muscle myosin heavy chains, genes involved in lipid metabolism and the β2-adrenergic receptor. The effect of clenbuterol administration on differential gene expression has not been previously reported in the horse, therefore the primary objective of the current study was to describe clenbuterol-induced temporal changes in gene expression following chronic
Female Sprague-Dawley rats (n = 12, Harlan Laboratories) 220-245 g at embryonic day (E)2 were allowed to acclimate to the animal facility for 2 d before experimental manipulation. The pregnant dams were individually housed in a sealed and vented cage (Sealed Space Plus, Techniplast). Animals were housed under standard laboratory conditions in a temperature 20°C ± 1, and relative humidity 60% controlled environment, with a normal 12 h light/dark cycle (lights on 7:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M.). Food and water were available ad libitum. All procedures were performed in accordance with University of Colorado Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee guidelines for the humane use of laboratory rats in biological research.. Dams were randomly assigned to either a treatment group receiving prenatal stress (n = 5) or to a control nonstressed group (n = 4). To avoid litter size confounds due to a high mortality rate in the animals receiving both stress and terbutaline, pregnant dams were exposed to a daily ...
Mouse lines. Albumin-tv-a and albumin-cre transgenic mice, and Trp53 and Ink4a/Arf conditional mutant mice have been previously described ( 24, 28- 30). All animals were kept in specific pathogen-free housing at the University of Massachusetts Medical School with abundant food and water. All experiments were reviewed and approved by the University of Massachusetts Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.. Virus delivery. The RCAS-GFP and RCAS-PyMT vectors have been previously described ( 31, 32). DF1 chicken fibroblasts ( 33, 34) transfected with RCAS vectors were maintained in DMEM supplemented with 10% fetal bovine serum (FBS) in humidified 37°C incubators under 5% CO2. Cells to be injected were harvested, washed once with PBS, and resuspended in PBS at a final concentration of 2 × 105 cells/μL. About 5 μL of the cell suspension was delivered by injection into the liver parenchyma of 2- or 3-day-old animals using Hamilton syringes attached with 26-gauge needles.. Tumor harvest and ...
Mice. Male C57BL/6J (WT), B6.SJL-Ptprca Pepcb/BoyJ (WT CD45.1), and B6.129S4-Ccr2tm1Ifc/J (Ccr2-/-) mice were obtained from The Jackson Laboratory. AM DKO mice have been described previously (87). Ccr2−/− and AM DKO mice have been backcrossed for more than 9 generations to a C57BL/6J background. All mice were bred under specific-pathogen-free (SPF) conditions with a 12-hour light/dark cycle in a temperature-controlled environment and ad libitum access to water and food pellets. All experimental protocols were conducted in accordance with the NIH guidelines and were approved by the Yale Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Mice were randomly allocated to experimental groups by coin flip and investigators were blinded to group allocation and/or genotype until after data analysis. Group size calculation in ICH experiments is based on our experience with the variability in these models, accounting for a resulting effect size ƒ (by analysis of variance [ANOVA]) of 0.6 with α less than ...
Generation of the Fli-1 allele (Fli-1∆CTA) that encodes the truncated Fli-1 protein (amino acids 1-384) mice has been described in detail.[24] The mice were backcrossed with C57BL/6 (B6) mice for at least eight generations and then used in this Neratinib purchase study. All mice were maintained in specific-pathogen-free animal facilities of the Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and all animal procedures were approved by the institutional animal care and use committee. Murine endothelial cell line MS1 was purchased from the American Type Culture. Collection (ATCC, Bethesda, MD) and maintained with Dulbeccos modified Eagles medium with 5% fetal bovine serum. Four groups of 8- to 12-week-old B6 mice (five mice/group) were irradiated (600 Gy), as previously described.[22] After final irradiation,. each mouse in the four groups received 1 million bone marrow (BM) cells by tail vein injection. The BM cells were collected from the femurs of donor mice at the age of 8-12 weeks. In ...
Animals. Wild-type mice from the 129T2/SvEmsJ background were bred and housed in a specific pathogen-free facility on a 12-hour light/12-hour dark cycle and fed ad libitum in accordance with the Northwestern Universitys Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee regulations. 129T2/SvEmsJ (129T2) mice were purchased from the Jackson Laboratory (stock 002065). mdx/hLTBP4 mice were generated as described previously (34, 60). Sgcg-null mice were generated as described in Hack et al. (46). Two- to 3-month-old males and females were used for all wild-type mouse experiments. Sgcg-null cohorts were age and sex matched with mice between 2 and 5 months old.. Plasmids. Plasmids encoding annexin A1, A2, and A6 with a carboxyl-terminal turboGFP tag were obtained from Origene. Subcloning of annexin A1, A2, and A6 to replace the GFP tag with tdTomato (Addgene) was performed by Mutagenix. Site-directed mutagenesis was performed by Mutagenix on annexin A1-GFP, A2-GFP, and A6-GFP to create the Ca2+-binding ...
Animals. Wild-type mice from the 129T2/SvEmsJ background were bred and housed in a specific pathogen-free facility on a 12-hour light/12-hour dark cycle and fed ad libitum in accordance with the Northwestern Universitys Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee regulations. 129T2/SvEmsJ (129T2) mice were purchased from the Jackson Laboratory (stock 002065). mdx/hLTBP4 mice were generated as described previously (34, 60). Sgcg-null mice were generated as described in Hack et al. (46). Two- to 3-month-old males and females were used for all wild-type mouse experiments. Sgcg-null cohorts were age and sex matched with mice between 2 and 5 months old.. Plasmids. Plasmids encoding annexin A1, A2, and A6 with a carboxyl-terminal turboGFP tag were obtained from Origene. Subcloning of annexin A1, A2, and A6 to replace the GFP tag with tdTomato (Addgene) was performed by Mutagenix. Site-directed mutagenesis was performed by Mutagenix on annexin A1-GFP, A2-GFP, and A6-GFP to create the Ca2+-binding ...
Animals. Wild-type mice from the 129T2/SvEmsJ background were bred and housed in a specific pathogen-free facility on a 12-hour light/12-hour dark cycle and fed ad libitum in accordance with the Northwestern Universitys Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee regulations. 129T2/SvEmsJ (129T2) mice were purchased from the Jackson Laboratory (stock 002065). mdx/hLTBP4 mice were generated as described previously (34, 60). Sgcg-null mice were generated as described in Hack et al. (46). Two- to 3-month-old males and females were used for all wild-type mouse experiments. Sgcg-null cohorts were age and sex matched with mice between 2 and 5 months old.. Plasmids. Plasmids encoding annexin A1, A2, and A6 with a carboxyl-terminal turboGFP tag were obtained from Origene. Subcloning of annexin A1, A2, and A6 to replace the GFP tag with tdTomato (Addgene) was performed by Mutagenix. Site-directed mutagenesis was performed by Mutagenix on annexin A1-GFP, A2-GFP, and A6-GFP to create the Ca2+-binding ...
All protocols were approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees of Yale University or Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In the rat studies, healthy male rats weighing 250-300 g were ordered from Charles River Laboratories and maintained on regular chow (Harlan Teklad; 2018). Where indicated, adrenalectomy was performed by Charles River, and ADX rats were maintained on drinking water containing 0.9% NaCl and 2% sucrose. Upon arrival, they were housed in a 12-h light/dark cycle at ∼25 °C, and underwent surgery under isoflurane anesthesia to place catheters in the jugular vein and common carotid artery as well as an Alzet pump to deliver low-dose (7.5 mg/d) or high-dose (20 mg/d) corticosterone. Arterial catheters were used for all rat infusions, while venous catheters were used for blood sampling. To avoid any effects of diurnal variation on food intake, all acute food intake measurements were obtained between 2:00 and 4:00 PM following the fasting times listed in the figure ...
Tissue preparation. Mice were anesthetized and either lectin perfused or sacrificed without perfusion. Tumor tissues were embedded and flash frozen immediately after excision. Lectin-perfused animals received a retroorbital injection of 1 μL/g of rhodamine-conjugated RCAI lectin (Vector Laboratories). Animals were then perfused with 4% paraformaldehyde (Fisher) at 15 mL/min, followed by further perfusion with PBS at the same rate. Both flash frozen and lectin-perfused tissues were sectioned at 10-μm thickness, mounted and stored at −80°C. All experiments were approved by the University of California-San Francisco Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.. Immunocytochemical staining. Frozen sections were fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde. Tissues were blocked for 1 h in 0.5% Tween (Fisher), 2% bovine serum albumin (Sigma Chemical Co.), and 5% normal horse or goat serum (Jackson ImmunoResearch, Inc.) and then incubated with primary antisera and dilutions: monoclonal rat anti-mouse CD31 ...
Supplementary MaterialsSupplementary Movie 1 41598_2020_65742_MOESM1_ESM. 120?rpm and a pullback velocity of 50 m/s and 500 m/sec to achieve an interval between frames was 25 m and 250 m. Each Nuciferine blood vessel was also imaged using a conventional OCT system at the same position with the same frame interval (51.2k A-line rate with a rotation speed of 3000?rpm and pullback velocity of 1 1.25?mm/s and 12.5?mm/s) to allow direct comparison against the OCT. Intravascular OCT system, used in this study, was built based on a prototype device from a commercial OCT manufacturer (NinePoint Medical, Cambridge, MA, USA). The axial and lateral resolution, defined as FWHM of peak intensity at the focal plane, of the OCT system was 11.58 m and 22.67 m, respectively. Following imaging, the animal blood vessels were resected, fixed, and processed for histopathological analysis. All animal studies were approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee of Korea University College of Medicine ...
Science-based medicine is more than a set of methods or certain philosophy of medicine - it is an entire approach to what should be the core questions for any interventionist profession: is it real and does it work?. These are often deceptively difficult questions to answer. Fortunately we have at least a century of experience applying systematic methods to answering these questions within the context of medicine. This is a wealth of history from which to learn, full of cautionary tales and enlightening examples.. However, as Winston Churchill lamented, we tend to forget the lessons of the past leading to, …the most thoughtless of ages. Every day headlines and short views.. Part of the mission of science-based medicine (and skepticism in general) is to remember the lessons of the past as they relate to science and pseudoscience, and to constantly remind the public and our colleagues of these lessons.. The history of medicine is littered with ideas that did not pan out, worthless treatments, ...
In writing about science-based medicine, we give a lot of attention to medicine that is not based on good science. We use bad examples to show why science is important and how it is frequently misapplied, misinterpreted, misreported, or even wholly rejected. Its a pleasure, for a change, to write about a straightforward example of the best of science-based medicine in action..... ...
Participants will come away with an elevated awareness and understanding of the Science-Based Targets Initiative and Science-Based Targets Network (STBN). Specifically, this session will provide an update on the methodology development for the SBTN Freshwater Hub and visibility of the expected platform for corporates to set enterprise-level water targets, including addressing their supply chain impacts. This session will also provide the corporate perspective regarding the business case for water sustainability, especially from the food/beverage sector ...
Explant Preparation. Hippocampal slices were prepared from 6- to 9-day-old Sprague-Dawley rat pups of both sexes using previously described techniques (Thomas et al., 1998; Thomas and Morrisett, 2000) and in accordance with National Institutes of Health and University of Texas Institutional Animal Use and Care Committee guidelines. In brief, brains were rapidly removed, cooled to 0 to 4°C for at least 3 min, and then 500-μm transverse sections were prepared and transferred to a holding chamber containing equilibration ACSF bubbled with 95% O2/5% CO2 and maintained at 32°C for 60 min before explanting. Equilibration ACSF consisted of 120 mM NaCl, 25 mM NaHCO3, 3.3 mM KCl, 1.2 mM NaH2PO4, 1.8 mM CaCl2, 2.4 mM MgSO4, and 10 mM dextrose. After equilibration, slices were transferred under sterile conditions onto Millicell-CM organotypic membrane inserts (generally, one to three slices per insert; Millipore, Bedford, MA) with media consisting of 75% minimal essential medium and 25% heat-inactivated ...
The SIRC Office has prepared a number of general risk assessments for chemical agents to aid workers is addressing the hazards posed by various classes of chemicals. The ultimate aim of a Chemical Agents Risk Assessment is to assess the risk from the use / presence of a chemical agent in the University, to the health and safety of persons and to identify control measures designed to reduce the risk from those chemicals to as low a level as possible. These documents must be reviewed by chemical users in order to ensure that they adequately manage the risks posed by the specific chemicals that they use and the processes that they undertake.. ...
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The most important thing to remember regarding field safety is that all the same requirements and regulations that must be followed in labs and animal facilities must also be adhered to in the field! This includes proper handling, storage, labeling, shipping, and disposal of all materials and appropriate use of PPE. Field work with animals has the same risks as work conducted in animal facilities, but those risks are compounded by risks associated with climate/weather, terrain, native plants, insects, wildlife and distance from help. Work with your unit safety officer and/or EHSRM to assess the risk factors associated with your specific location(s) and activities. The UA Statewide Office of Risk Management has published two documents related to remote travel: the UA Remote Travel Safety Guide and the UA Remote Travel Planning & Resource Guide. These documents provide excellent suggestions on how to prepare and pack for remote travel and address the most common health and safety risks encountered ...
c. Lyme Disease: Lyme disease (Borrelia burghdorferi) is a bacterium commonly infecting deer, white footed mice, and possibly other species that is transmitted to humans by ticks or occasionally by direct contact with the infected vertebrate. You must have a tick drinking your blood for at least 16 hours to contract this disease. Removal of a tick before that length of time is preventative. A reddish halo (bulls eye ring around the bite) sometimes forms approximately 2-12 weeks following a tick bite, and is the earliest sign of Lyme disease. After this, severe illness may develop including: heart inflammation with arrhythmia, arthritis, and nervous system disorders including peripheral nerve dysfunction.. d. Plague: Plague is cause by the bacterium, Yersinia pestis. The pathogen is transmitted by fleas but it also can be transmitted from human to human in its pneumonic form (a lung infection). Plague primarily is a disease of rodents. However, in Montana, the bacteria thrive in prairie dog ...
No person reporting an animal welfare concern in good-faith will be subject to retaliation according to the Animal Welfare Act and the University of Iowa Operations Manuals Anti-Retaliation Policy. The humane care and use of animals is of paramount importance to the University of Iowa. Individuals who have specific concerns about the treatment of animals, including animal husbandry concerns, should report their observations to the Chair or Director of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) for investigation.
The Acting Administrator of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, United States Department of Agriculture [hereinafter Complainant], instituted this disciplinary administrative proceeding under the Animal Welfare Act, as amended (7 U.S.C. §§ 2131-2159) [hereinafter the Animal Welfare Act]; the regulations and standards issued under the Animal Welfare Act (9 C.F.R. §§ 1.1-3.142) [hereinafter the Regulations and Standards]; and the Rules of Practice Governing Formal Adjudicatory Proceedings Instituted by the Secretary Under Various Statutes (7 C.F.R. §§ 1.130-.151) [hereinafter the Rules of Practice], by filing a Complaint on February 22, 1996.. The Complaint alleges that: (1) on October 5, 1994, November 15, 1994, and January 31, 1995, Samuel Zimmerman [hereinafter Respondent] failed to maintain complete records showing the acquisition, disposition, and identification of animals in willful violation of section 10 of the Animal Welfare Act (7 U.S.C. § 2140) and section 2.75(a)(1) ...
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Animal welfare in the United Kingdom relates to the treatment of animals in fields such as agriculture, hunting, medical testing and the domestic ownership of animals. It is distinct from animal conservation. The Animal Welfare Act 2006 is the latest animal welfare legislation in England and Wales. It superseded and consolidated more than 20 other pieces of legislation, such as the Protection of Animals Act 1934 and the Abandonment of Animals Act 1960. The 2006 Act introduced tougher penalties for neglect and cruelty, including fines of up to £20,000, a maximum jail term of 51 weeks and a lifetime ban on some owners keeping pets. Enforcers of the act such as the police or local authority inspectors (but not organisations such as the RSPCA) have more powers to intervene if they suspect a pet is being neglected. The Animal Welfare Act 2006 also introduced a welfare offence for the first time. This places a duty of care on pet owners to provide for their animals basic needs, such as adequate food ...
Any research, teaching, or creative activity that involves the use of vertebrate animals must be approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) prior to ordering animals and prior to commencement of the activity. Applications for such approval may be obtained from the director of the Division of Laboratory Animal Resources (DLAR) or from the Univer-sity coordinator for research compliance. The chairs, deans, and division heads of departments in which laboratory animals are routinely used also have a supply of these applications.. The following is a brief summary of the federal, state, and campus regulations that govern the use of laboratory animals at Stony Brook:. 1. Except as stated in provision 2, all vertebrate animals must be ordered through DLAR. If a University purchase order is unacceptable to the supplier, the DLAR must be so informed in order to determine whether another supplier may be contacted.. 2. The IACUC may waive the requirement of mandatory acquisition of ...
Animal experimentation is a crucial component of scientific research and education. Most advances in modern biomedical science can be traced back to original studies in animals. The university continues to support this critical research while fully appreciating its additional complexities.. All animal research must be approved by the universitys Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), which works close with the Comparative Medicine-Laboratory Animal Facilities (CM-LAF) to help researchers develop effective and compliant protocols. ...
Schulman Associates IRB and Falcon Consulting Group, a provider of Clinical Quality Assurance (CQA) and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) services, have formed a joint venture-Provision Research Compliance Services.. Provision offers global consultancy services for development and implementation of GCP and Human Research Protection (HRP) procedural standards and programs for the conduct of clinical research studies.. There has never been a collaboration of GCP and HRP industry leaders specifically focused on meeting the compliance needs of research institutions around the world, said Michael Woods, Schulman Associates IRB president, CEO and institutional official. Provision makes it easier for institutions to achieve their compliance goals and to engage in global development programs. It also helps study sponsors follow a simpler path to consistent compliance practices across a global network of research institutions.. Provision provides services that combine the GCP quality assurance experience ...
Figure 1 shows the association of date with number of R01 applications received by NIH for consideration in the May 2015 council round, the latest round for which complete award data are available. The primary R01 receipt date for new, unrevised applications was October 6, 2014. NIH received 2,788 applications through October 5, the day before the deadline; an additional 2068, or 43% of the total, came in on the October 6 due date. Even among the applications received before the deadline, the vast majority came in the week before. It may be worth noting that it is an institutional official, usually in the office of sponsored programs that is responsible for submit the applications. So PIs may have completed their application earlier, but may not have built in enough time for the authorized organizational official to process and submit the application earlier.. Perhaps submission patterns are more timely for small business applications. Figure 2 shows corresponding data for Small Business ...
Dr. Lindeman has distinguished herself as a surgical educator. She served as an Administrative Chief Resident at Hopkins and won both the Medical Student Teaching and the Resident Teaching awards. She earned a Masters of Education in the Health Professions from Johns Hopkins University and served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of American Medical Colleges for four years. She is also an author of the AAMCs Core Entrustable Professional Activities for Entering Residency. At UAB, she is the Associate Designated Institutional Official for the Clinical Learning Environment and says her desire is to improve the education and experiences of medical students and residents at UAB and across the United States ...
CRMP family proteins (CRMPs) are widely portrayed in the developing neurons mediating a variety of fundamental functions such as growth cone guidance neuronal polarity and axon elongation. beinteracted with cytoskeleton proteins. Taken collectively we exposed that CRMPs were colocalized with cytoskeleton in hippocampal neurons especially in growth cones. CRMPs can interact with both tubulin and actin therefore mediating neuronal development. by GST-pulldown assay. Materials and methods Animals The experiments were carried out on 1-day-old pups of Sprague-Dawley rats. All animal methods were performed Pracinostat in stringent accordance with the recommendations in the Guidebook for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals of the National Institutes of Health. The protocol was authorized by the Jinan University or college Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). All attempts were made to minimize the suffering and quantity of animals used. Providers TRIzol reagent and SuperScript VILO ...
Chemicals. MRL-I, [ethyl-14C]MRL-I, MRL-II, [13CD3]MRL-II, and [methyl-14C]MRL-II (Fig. 1) were synthesized at Merck Research Laboratories and were provided as their arginine salts. Alamethicin, saccharolactone, and UDPGA were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (St. Louis, MO). Acetonitrile and methanol (HPLC grade) were obtained from Fisher Scientific Co. (Pittsburgh, PA). All other reagents were of analytical or HPLC grade.. Animals. Male Sprague-Dawley and obese Zucker rats were obtained from Charles River Laboratories Inc. (Wilmington, MA). They were housed in cages and maintained on a 12-h light/dark cycle. Access to food and water was allowed ad libitum. Rats used in this study were 14 to 16 weeks old; the Sprague-Dawley rats weighed ∼300 g and the obese Zucker rats weighed ∼600 g. All procedures for animal experiments were approved by the Merck Research Laboratories Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.. Studies in Bile Duct-Cannulated Rats. [14C]MRL-I (1 mg/kg) or [14C]MRL-II (0.5 ...
Dr. Kamal is a Research Associate Professor, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. He is a Chair, Subcommittee for Research Safety and member of Research and Development committee , North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health Care System, Malcom Randall VAMC. Also a member of Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health Care System.
Mice, cell lines, peptides, and dimerizer drug. Six- to eight-week-old female C57BL/6 mice were purchased from the Center for Comparative Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine and Harlan Sprague Dawley Laboratory. CD45.1 C57BL/6 mice, B6.129S1-IL12atm1Jm/J (IL-12p35-deficient), B6.129S1-IL12btm1Jm/J (IL-12p40-deficient), B6.129S1-Ifnγtm1Ts/J (IFN-γ-deficient), and B6.129S4-Cxcl10tm1Adl/J (IP-10-deficient) mice were purchased from the Jackson Laboratory and maintained under pathogen-free conditions in the Transgenic Mouse Facility at Baylor College of Medicine. Animal procedures were approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee of Baylor College of Medicine. E.G7-OVA, EL-4, YAC-1, HEK293, B16.F10, and THP-1 cells were purchased from ATCC and cultured as recommended by the vendor. Peptides were produced at 80%-95% purity by Genemed Synthesis Inc. Dimerizer drugs, AP1903, and AP20187 were provided by ARIAD Pharmaceuticals. Recombinant plasmids and Ads are described in Supplemental ...
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) of the Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University. Bangkok, Thailand. We divided 14 mice into equalsized sham and Chr IR surgery groups. The baseline blood chemistry tests were conducted 2 weeks before nephrectomy (-2 wk) using blood samples obtained from a tail vein. One week later a Chr IR injury was made as previously described [ 10 ], with slight modifications as follows. In brief, the surgery was conducted in 2 stages. In the first stage at 1 week after baseline blood collection (-1 wk), an abdominal incision was. ...
Selective modulation of α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs) is thought to regulate processes impaired in schizophrenia, Alzheimers disease, and other dementias. One approach to target α7 nAChRs is by positive allosteric modulation. Structurally diverse compounds, including PNU-120596, 4-naphthalene-1-yl-3a,4,5,9b-tetrahydro-3-H-cyclopenta[c]quinoline-8-sulfonic acid amide (TQS), and 5-hydroxyindole (5-HI) have been identified as positive allosteric modulators (PAMs), but their receptor interactions and pharmacological profiles remain to be fully elucidated. In this study, we investigated interactions of these compounds at human α7 nAChRs, expressed in Xenopus laevis oocytes, along with genistein, a tyrosine kinase inhibitor. Genistein was found to function as a PAM. Two types of PAM profiles were observed. 5-HI and genistein predominantly affected the apparent peak current (type I) whereas PNU-120596 and TQS increased the apparent peak current and evoked a distinct weakly decaying ...
In October 2016, the Ministry for Primary Industries began an investigation into allegations of breaches of the Animal Welfare Act 1999 at the Animal Control Unit of the Napier City Council.. The allegations related to the period between August 2015 and October 2016. The investigation was concluded in January 2017 and a report released in May 2017.. The report concluded there was either no or insufficient evidence of breaches of the Animal Welfare Act 1999.. ...
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Lab animals are helping us unlock the mysteries of disease and deserve our respect. The US Government closely regulates the care of animals in research.
This guidance is intended to help sponsors determine the amount and types of safety data to collect during late-stage premarket and postapproval clinical investigations, (e.g., phase 3 clinical trials, studies of new uses, long-term outcomes).
Depending on the agent to be used, the committee with oversight of the use of that agent will require a completed internal form, an informative abstract of the work to be done and a standard operating procedure for the use of the agent in animals. In the standard operating procedures consideration should be given to the amount of hazardous agent to be used, its toxic level for both animals and humans (LD50) and its metabolism, if involved, so that decisions can be made about its presence in excreta and bedding that require special handling. The speed of the approval process is directly related to the completeness of the abstract and the standard operating procedures.. The use of hazardous chemicals including carcinogens, teratogens and toxins, is reviewed by the Laboratory Safety Committee (internal form RO-14).. The use of biohazardous etiological agents, recombinant DNA, as well as human blood, tissues, body fluids, and primary cells or cell lines are reviewed by the Institutional Biosafety ...
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The 3Rs: Replacement, Reduction, and Refinement, are important from a legal, ethical and scientific standpoint. All research using animals in the US, for example at universities and pharmaceutical companies, is regulated by the Animal Welfare Act (AWA), which is administered by the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) of the US Department of Agriculture…
The URMC clinical laboratories provide routine, stat, and a broad range of specialized testing services to support the needs of primary care physicians and specialists alike. We are committed to providing the best laboratory service in the region and to staying abreast of the latest innovations in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.. As a part of our ongoing efforts to work together in providing optimal laboratory service and meeting all compliance regulations, we share several important recommendations.. ...
Male SHR and normotensive WKY rats were obtained from Charles River Breeding Laboratories Inc (Wilmington, Mass) at 14 weeks of age and were maintained thereafter in accordance with our institutional animal care committee guidelines after prior approval of the experimental protocol. They were housed in temperature-controlled rooms on a 12-hour light/dark cycle and were fed usual rat chow and water ad libitum. At 23 weeks of age, the rats were randomly assigned to one of five groups of 16 rats each: untreated normotensive WKY-C (tap water), untreated SHR-C (tap water), SHR-E (30 mg·kg−1·d−1 by gavage), SHR-L (30 mg·kg−1· d−1 by gavage), and SHR-E&L (5 mg·kg−1 ·d−1 of each agent by gavage). The rats followed their respective treatments for 12 weeks. All rats were trained to run on a motor-driven treadmill (Columbus Instruments) at speeds ranging from 0.5 to 1.0 m/min, 0% grade, for ≈5 min/d for 2 to 3 days a week during the final 2 weeks of the protocol to familiarize them with ...
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Return to Breeding Rules. Breeders are reminded that there is a 6 LITTER MAXIMUM. Those breeders trying to register more than the maximum number of litters will be required to provide a genuine reason in writing to the Stud Book Committee. Litters will not be registered until after the Stud Book Committee have considered the reasons given.. Three litters maximum in three years is a principle that the ISDS requires from its breeders in order to demonstrate compliance with the obligations of the 2006 Animal Welfare Act. This act specifically limits registered breeders to one litter per year.. Many ISDS breeders however are not registered, so although the law does not strictly apply the ISDS still accepts the welfare principles. We will therefore allow three litters in two years, plus a years rest, in the rare case that a bitch is mated unwittingly and too soon on the third occasion; but we then insist on a years rest and there have been issues when this rest period of one year has been ...
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2) Why can you only use n=3 per time point? Ethical reasons? Really? Are you at PETA State University or something? Sorry, I dont mean to be flippant, but n=3 for ETHICAL reasaons makes no sense--n=3 will likely yield insufficient data for valid statistical analysis, in which case, ethically, youre on worse ground, cause youve just killed 3 mice for NOTHING. For animal studies, the convention is typically at least n=6 per group; for less than that, a good animal care and use committee reviewing a submitted animal protocol (and I guarantee ALL NIH study sections reviewing a grant application) would ask if you had done statistical power analysis to be sure n=3 is enough to see differences. A low n like that without accompanying power analysis to justify it would raise red flags for sure. Now, maybe you are limited by the mice available to you, e.g. if they are rare and expensive transgenic animals, in which case you have little choice, but if they are just garden-variety C57s I dont ...
The immediate-early gene of herpesvirus saimiri has homology with murine superantigens. removed. The deletion mutants of stress C488 14 and 14-4.6 which absence a lot of the coding series were generated in independent tests to be able to minimize any bias from spontaneous mutations elsewhere in the herpesvirus genome (3 5 11 After acceptance with the Institutional Pet Treatment and Use Committee (Biomedical Analysis Centre Rijswijk HOLLAND) wild-type C488 and mutants 14-3.11 and 14-4.6 GSK 525762A (107 PFU in 1 ml of cell-free lifestyle supernatant in Dulbecco modified Eagle moderate) had been individually injected into two naive purpose-bred monkeys. Rabbit Polyclonal to UBAP2L. An intravenous infections at a higher dose was completed to be able to exclude artifacts because of limiting circumstances of infections. The pets were older (400 to 500 g) and in great physical health. Pets R207 and R217 received wild-type pathogen B222 and B240 got mutant 14-3.11 and B225 and R222 got mutant 14-4.6. ...
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