ETRIS: Education & Training Resources in In-Vivo Sciences

Further resources

Guidance for the Description of Animal Research in Scientific Publications

http://ilarjournal.oxfordjournals.org/content/55/3/536.full.pdf

Guidance for the Description of Animal Research in Scientific Publications provides guidance for the effective reporting of animal research in published articles.

The guidance includes the details required on the research animals, their environment (care and husbandry) before and during the study, and the research study itself.

It was written for the US Institute for Laboratory Animal Research, National Academy of Sciences. Copyright is retained by the US National Academy of Sciences. It is published in the Journal of the Institute for Laboratory Animal Research: ILAR J (2014) 55 (3): 536-540, doi:10.1093/ilar/ilu070.

This resource will be of use to researchers seeking to publish their studies, journal editors and reviewers.

Other resources in this category:

  • AAALACs Reference Resources - view
  • AltTox Resource Centre - view
  • Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments (ARRIVE) Guidelines - view
  • ARRIVE guidelines - view
  • Guidance for the Description of Animal Research in Scientific Publications - view
  • Guidance on justification of animal usage - view
  • Research Animal Resources - view

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