Additional Resources

This is a list of other Internet resources relating to laboratory animals. Be sure to come back to this page for updates to the list.

AALAS American Association for Laboratory Animal Science.
AAALAC American Association for the Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care.
Animal Genome Database Genomic Database Search (Japan).
ATCC American Type Culture Collection site has an online catalog, databases of cell lines, as well as information on workshops and online ordering.
Community of Science This site is designed to help researchers secure federal funds for projects and gain information about existing federally funded research projects.
FASEB This Internet site for the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology includes conference announcements, online journals, and a searchable database of FASEB members.
GALAS Global Alliance for Laboratory Animal Standardization and international alliance of breeders producing the GALAS Wistar Hannover™ Rat for toxicology studies.
ILAR The Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources (ILAR) develops guidelines and disseminates information on the scientific, technological, and ethical use of animals and related biological resources in research, testing, and education. ILAR promotes high quality, humane care of animals and the appropriate use of animals and alternatives. ILAR functions within the mission of the National Academy of Sciences as an advisor to the federal government, the biomedical research community, and the public.
Journal of Immunology JI back to August 1, 1995.
Lab Animal Magazine This journal contains indexes of past issues dating back to 1972.
Mouse and Rat Research Home Page and Whole Mouse Catalog This website serves as a central place to find numerous Internet resources of particular interest to scientific researchers using mice or rats in their work. The most important criteria is that the linked page be obviously useful to at least some biomedical researchers in their own work that uses mice or rats. A tip of the hat to Eric H. Mercer for doing a great job.
Mouse Genome Database The Mouse Genome Database (MGD) was established as a community resource to coordinate data management and to provide researchers with access to `raw' genetic data, which can, in turn, be used with various software analysis and display tools to explore questions of data relationships and genome organization.
NetVet - Rodents Resources for mice, rats, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, etc.).
NIH Scientific Resources List of Scientific Resources (Interest Groups, databases, research, literature).
Trans-NIH Mouse Initiative In March 1998, the NIH convened a group of scientists to develop priorities for mouse genomics and genetics resources. In response to the community's recommendations, the NIH has created a Trans-NIH Mouse Genomics and Genetics Resources Coordinating Group and a strategic implementation plan.
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