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Primate Biology An international open-access journal on primate research
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This article describes the important role of online resources in enabling scientists and others to improve the care and use of non-human primates used in research, through information exchange, staff training and networking. Emphasis is given to key resources from the NC3Rs on macaque and marmoset behaviour, care and welfare; experimental design; chronic implants in neuroscience; and aspects of drug discovery and development. Use of these resources can benefit both animal welfare and science.
Articles | Volume 3, issue 2
Primate Biol., 3, 33–40, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/pb-3-33-2016

Special issue: 3R issues and immunosuppression in non-human primates

Primate Biol., 3, 33–40, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/pb-3-33-2016

Forum article 26 Jul 2016

Forum article | 26 Jul 2016

Online resources for improving the care and use of non-human primates in research

Mark J. Prescott

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This article describes the important role of online resources in enabling scientists and others to improve the care and use of non-human primates used in research, through information exchange, staff training and networking. Emphasis is given to key resources from the NC3Rs on macaque and marmoset behaviour, care and welfare; experimental design; chronic implants in neuroscience; and aspects of drug discovery and development. Use of these resources can benefit both animal welfare and science.
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