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1. Started the lecture by going over the 4 categories of animal use ethic 2. There are criteria for ethical animal research a. Is research redundant? b. Is it being done humanly 3. US Department of Agriculture is responsible for regulation of animal research a. Unannounced inspections b. Animal rights put pressure on the animal welfare people to improve research procedures i. Good labrotory prodecuders act 1977 1. Standards ii. Third bill passed in 1985 (for ethical animal use) 4. Animal Welfare act 1966 a. Rats and mice not covered under act 5. The lama’s opinion on animals is: a. “… it depends upon their intentions” 6. What has animal research done? a. Vaccines i. (e.g. polio vaccine, Jonas Salk) b. Stem Cell research i. James Thompson c. Aids research i. (e.g., retroviruses, Howard Temin) d. Transfusion/Transplant (rh factor) e. Neurosciences/psychological 7. Rh(esus) blood group a. Karl Landsteiner & Alexander Weiner (1940)
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i. Injected rhesus rbc into rabbits. Once immunized, the rabbit’s antibody would
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course PYSCHOLOGY 450 taught by Professor Coe during the Spring '10 term at Wisconsin.

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