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- Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
- Format: Hardback | 848 pages
- Dimensions: 221mm x 277mm x 43mm | 2,540g
- Publication date: 26 April 2010
- Publication City/Country: Chicester
- ISBN 10: 1405175230
- ISBN 13: 9781405175234
- Edition: 8, Revised
- Edition statement: 8th Revised edition
- Sales rank: 825,348
The seminal reference on the care of laboratory and captiveanimals, The UFAW Handbook on the Care and Management ofLaboratory and Other Research Animals is a must-have for anyoneworking in this field. The UFAW Handbook has been thedefinitive text since 1947. Written for an international audience,it contains contributions from experts from around the world. The book focuses on best practice principles throughout, providingcomprehensive coverage, with all chapters being peer reviewed byanonymous referees. As well as addressing the husbandry oflaboratory animals, the content is also of great value to zoos andaquaria. Changes for the eighth edition: Revised and updated to reflect developments since publicationof the previous edition. New chapters on areas of growing concern, including: the 3Rs;phenotyping; statistics and experimental design; welfareassessment; legislation; training of people caring for lab animals;and euthanasia. All material combined into one volume for ease ofreference. This book is published on behalf of UFAW (The UniversitiesFederation for Animal Welfare), with whom we also publish theUFAW/Wiley-Blackwell Animal Welfare Book Series. This majorseries of books provides an authoritative source ofinformation on worldwide developments, current thinking and bestpractice in the field of animal welfare science and technology. Fordetails of all of the titles in the series see www.wiley.com/go/ufaw.
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Robert Hubrecht BSc PhD CBiol FIBiol is Deputy Scientific Director of the Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW). James Kirkwood BVSc PhD CBiol FIBiol MRCVS is Chief Executive and Scientific Director of UFAW. UFAW is an internationally recognised, independent, scientific and educational animal welfare charity concerned with improving knowledge and understanding of animals' needs in order to promote high standards of welfare for farm, companion, laboratory, captive wild animals and those with which we interact in the wild.
"In summary, this is a must-have book for those working with research animals. However, it is much more than that: the principles of thoughtful use and care of animals are widely applicable to other veterinary relationships too, whether pet, farm or zoo animals. I recommend it to vets, nurses and students with an interest in and concern for the ethical use of all non-human animals." (The Veterinary Record, January 2011) "And this perfect balance between theory and practice continues throughout the volume both in the broad introductory chapters and the species-specific sections. In summary this is an excellent addition to UFAW's seminal collection of animal welfare texts." (Veterinary Practice, November 2010)
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The seminal reference on the care of laboratory and captive animals, "The UFAW Handbook on the Care and Management of Laboratory and Other Research Animals" is a must-have for anyone working in this field. The UFAW Handbook has been the definitive text since 1947. Written for an international audience, it contains contributions from experts from around the world. The book focuses on best practice principles throughout, providing comprehensive coverage, with all chapters being peer reviewed by anonymous referees. As well as addressing the husbandry of laboratory animals, the content is also of great value to zoos and aquaria. Praise for the previous edition: ""Since it first appeared in 1947 the UFAW Handbook has become the benchmark against which other publications on laboratory animal care and husbandry are judged. This remains an extremely useful source of information on a wide range of topics and deserves pride of place on the bookshelf of those concerned with the management of facilities housing and care for laboratory animals"" Laboratory Animals ""Definitely recommended for those working within the laboratory research environment"" The Veterinary Record ""Indispensable for anyone involved in laboratory animal care"" Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery ""It is impossible to fault this carefully written book"" Fish Veterinary Journal Changes for the new edition: Revised and updated to reflect developments since publication of the previous edition. New chapters on areas of growing concern, including: the 3Rs; phenotyping; statistics and experimental design; welfare assessment; legislation; training of people caring for lab animals; and euthanasia. All material combined into one volume for ease of reference.
Table of contents
Contributors. Foreword (Ian Kimber). 1 Introduction (Robert Hubrecht and James Kirkwood). Part 1 Implementing the Three Rs in research usinganimals. 2 The Three Rs (Jon Richmond). 3 The design of animal experiments (Michael F.W.Festing). 4 Introduction to laboratory animal genetics (Michael F.W.Festing and Cathleen Lutz). 5 Phenotyping of genetically modified mice (Rikke Westh Thon,Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga, Hilary Gates and Jan-BasPrins). 6 Brief introduction to welfare assessment: a toolbox of techniques (Naomi Latham). 7 Welfare and best practice in field studies ofwildlife (Julie M. Lane and Robbie A. McDonald). 8 Legislation and oversight of the conduct of research usinganimals: a global overview (Kathryn Bayne, Timothy H. Morrisand Malcolm P. France). 9 Planning, design and construction of efficient animalfacilities (Barbara Holgate). 10 Enrichment: animal welfare and experimental outcomes(Robert Hubrecht). 11 Special housing arrangements (Mike Dennis) 12 Refinements in in-house animal production and breeding(Roger Francis). 13 Transportation of laboratory animals (William J. White,Sonja T. Chou, Carl B. Kole and Roy Sutcliffe). 14 Nutrition, feeding and animal welfare (Bart Savenije, JanStrubbe and Merel Ritskes-Hoitinga). 15 Attaining competence in the care of animals used in research(Bryan Howard and Timo Nevalainen). 16 Positive reinforcement training for laboratory animals(Gail Laule). 17 Euthanasia and other fates for laboratory animals (SarahWolfensohn). Part 2 Species kept in the laboratory Mammals. 18 Wild mammals (Ian R. Inglis, Fiona Mathews and AnneHudson). 19 The laboratory opossum (John L. VandeBerg and SarahWilliams-Blangero). 20 Tree shrews (Eberhard Fuchs and SilkeCorbach-Sohle). Rodentia and Lagomorpha 21 The laboratory mouse (Vera Baumans). 22 The laboratory rat (Jaap M. Koolhaas). 23 The laboratory gerbil (Eva Waiblinger). 24 The Syrian hamster (David Whittaker). 25 The husbandry and welfare of non-traditional laboratoryrodents (Chris Sherwin). 26 Voles (Jonathan J. Cooper). 27 The guinea pig (Sylvia Kaiser, Christine Kruger andNorbert Sachser). 28 The laboratory rabbit (Lena Lidfors and ThereseEdstrom). Carnivora. 29 The ferret (Michael Plant and Maggie Lloyd). 30 The laboratory dog (Judy MacArthur Clark and C. JanePomeroy). 31 The domestic cat (Sandra McCune). Ungulates. 32 Pigs and minipigs (Wolfgang Holtz). 33 Cattle (Roger Ewbank). 34 Sheep and goats (Colin L. Gilbert and Keith M.Kendrick). 35 The horse (Fernando Montesso). Non-Human Primates. 36 Marmosets and tamarins (Hannah M. Buchanan-Smith). 37 Squirrel monkeys (Lawrence E. Williams, Alan G. Brady andChristian R. Abee). 38 Capuchin monkeys (James R. Anderson and ElisabettaVisalberghi). 39 Old World monkeys (Sarah Wolfensohn). 40 Chimpanzees (Steven J. Schapiro and Susan P.Lambeth). Birds. 41 The domestic fowl (Ian J.H. Duncan). 42 The Japanese quail (Kimberly M. Cheng, Darin C. Bennettand Andrew D. Mills). 43 The zebra finch (Ruedi G. Nager and Graham Law). 44 Pigeons and doves (Anthony McGregor and MarkHaselgrove). 45 The European starling (Melissa Bateson and LucyAsher). Reptiles and Amphibia. 46 Terrestrial reptiles: lizards, snakes and tortoises (JohnE. Cooper). 47 Aquatic reptiles (Simon Tonge). 48 Amphibians, with special reference to XenopusRichard Tinsley Fish. 49 Fish (James F. Turnbull and Iain Berrill). Cephalopoda. 50 Cephalopoda (Bernd U. Budelmann). Index.