Lecture 51 Use of Animals in Science and Research

Lecture 51 Use of Animals in Science and Research

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Lecture 51 Use of Animals in Science and Research Invasive vs noninvasive research Invasive o Invasion of the body and possible cause of pain o Blood withdrawl, injection of viruses, ablation, electrodes, etc. Noninvasive o Not requiring the introduction of instruments into the body o Taking measures/ samples (e.g. Temperature, mouth swabs, etc.) o Observational studies, playback experiments. Animal Experimentation Vivisection - The cutting into and surgery on/ of living beings. This is a common practice among both humans and animals that has occurred for thousands of years. The Greeks would practice
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