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Submissions from 2019

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Automated monitoring of behaviour in zebrafish after invasive procedures, Anthony G. Deakin, Jonathan Buckley, Hamzah S. AlZu'bi, Andrew R. Cossins, Joseph W. Spencer, Waleed Al'Nuaimy, Iain S. Young, Jack S. Thomson, and Lynne U. Sneddon

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Welfare Challenges Influence the Complexity of Movement: Fractal Analysis of Behaviour in Zebrafish, Anthony G. Deakin, Joseph W. Spencer, Andrew R. Cossins, Iain S. Young, and Lynne U. Sneddon

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Retrospective Review of Anesthetic and Analgesic Regimens Used in Animal Research Proposals, Kathrin Herrmann and Paul A. Flecknell

Submissions from 2018

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Severity classification of surgical procedures and application of health monitoring strategies in animal research proposals: A retrospective review, Kathrin Herrmann and Paul A. Flecknell

Submissions from 2017

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Does the Stress Inherent to Laboratory Life and Experimentation on Animals Adversely Affect Research Data?, Jarrod Bailey

Submissions from 2016

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Pain and Laboratory Animals: Publication Practices for Better Data Reproducibility and Better Animal Welfare, Larry Carbone and Jamie Austin

Submissions from 2009

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Measurement and Mitigation of Laboratory Animal Distress Sources of Distress in the Animal Laboratory, Larry Carbone

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Addressing Distress and Pain in Animal Research: The Veterinary, Research, Societal, Regulatory and Ethical Contexts for Moving Forward, Kathleen Conlee, Martin Stephens, and Andrew N. Rowan

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The Minimization of Research Animal Distress and Pain: Conclusions and Recommendations, Kathleen Conlee, Martin Stephens, and Andrew N. Rowan

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Resolving Animal Distress and Pain: Principles and Examples of Good Practice in Various Fields of Research, Alicia Karas, Matthew C. Leach, Karl A. Andrutis, Kathleen Conlee, John P. Gluck, Andrew N. Rowan, and Martin L. Stephens

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International Regulatory Definitions of Animal Distress in Animal Research and Animal Production – An Overview., Jon Richmond

Submissions from 2008

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Volunteer Studies in Pain Research — Opportunities and Challenges to Replace Animal Experiments: The Report and Recommendations of a Focus on Alternatives Workshop, C. K. Langley, Q. Aziz, C. Bountra, N. Gordon, P. Hawkins, A. Jones, G. Langley, T. Nurmikko, and I. Tracey

Submissions from 2007

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A Holistic Approach to Taking Research Animal Suffering Seriously, Martin Stephens and Kathleen Conlee

Submissions from 2005

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Carbon Dioxide for Euthanasia: Concerns Regarding Pain and Distress, with Special Reference to Mice and Rats, Kathleen Conlee, Martin Stephens, Andrew N. Rowan, and Lesley A. King

Submissions from 2004

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Laboratory Routines Cause Animal Stress, Jonathan P. Balcombe, Neal D. Barnard, and Chad Sandusky

Submissions from 2000

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Taking Animal Welfare Seriously: Minimizing Pain and Distress in Research Animals, The Humane Society of the United States

Submissions from 1998

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Unrelieved Pain and Distress in Animals: An Analysis of USDA Data on Experimental Procedures, Martin Stephens, Philip Mendoza, Adrianna Weaver, and Tamara Hamilton

Submissions from 1991

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Social Deprivation of Infant Rhesus Monkeys Alters the Chemoarchitecture of the Brain: I. Subcortical Regions, Lee J. Martin, Dawn M. Spicer, Mark H. Lewis, John P. Gluck, and Linda C. Cork

Submissions from 1988

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A New Invasiveness Scale: Its Role in Reducing Animal Distress, Kenneth J. Shapiro and Peter B. Field

Submissions from 1980

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Pain-Infliction in Animal Research, Dorothy Tennov