In June 2006 it was announced that the first working draft of the full human DNA sequence had been released by the Human Genome Project. In the years following researchers all over the world have used this resource to gain insight into a number of fields while reducing the need for animal testing. By studying […]
A further increase in the use of genetically altered (GA) animals in laboratories flouts EU regulations and is in direct opposition to the UK Government’s pledge to reduce the numbers involved. If the Government is going to keep its promise it needs to address this question urgently in order to stop the upward trend.
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The use of genetically modified mice is increasing. This study is an investigation of the driving forces behind the rise in numbers of genetically modified (GM) mice in laboratories. Study of trends in the use of GM mice and their efficacy as a model for human disease. Inquiry into the scope of the areas of research, the […]