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ILAR Journal 60th Anniversary

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..ILAR Journal
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..U.S. National Academy of Sciences

 

Information and resources on a wide variety of topics related to laboratory animal science and welfare to scientists, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees, laboratory animal veterinarians and pathologists, and regulators in the U.S. and around the world.

All back issues of the ILAR Journal can be found at the ILAR Journal homepage.

ILAR Journal 60th Anniversary Virtual Issue

The papers selected for this special e-issue come from issues of the ILAR Journal published in the last decade, and are meant to provide the reader with a taste of the depth and breadth of subjects covered by the journal.

Animal Models of Focal and Global Cerebral Ischemia<>Richard J. Traystman  44(2)

Use of the Göttingen Minipig as a Model of Diabetes, with Special Focus on Type 1 Diabetes Research<>Marianne O. Larsen and Bidda Rolin   45(3)

Stereotypies and Other Abnormal Repetitive Behaviors: Potential Impact on Validity, Reliability, and Replicability of Scientific Outcomes<>Joseph P. Garner  46(2)

Adjuvants and Antibody Production: Dispelling the Myths Associated with Freund’s Complete and Other Adjuvants<>
Harold F. Stils, Jr.  46(3)

Environmental Enrichment for Laboratory Rodents and Rabbits: Requirements of Rodents, Rabbits, and Research<>
Vera Baumans  46(2)

Animal Models of Huntington’s Disease<>Shilpa Ramaswamy, Jodi L. McBride, and Jeffrey H. Kordower  48(4)

Design and Statistical Methods in Studies Using Animal Models of Development<>Michael F. W. Festing  47(1)

Behavioral Phenotyping of Transgenic and Knockout Mice: Practical Concerns and Potential Pitfalls<>
Kathleen R. Bailey, Nathan R. Rustay, and Jacqueline N. Crawley  47(2)

Macaque Models of Human Infectious Disease<>Murray B. Gardner and Paul A. Luciw  49(2)

Noninvasive Bioluminescence Imaging in Small Animals<>Kurt R. Zinn, Tandra R. Chaudhuri, April Adams Szafran, Darrell O’Quinn, Casey Weaver, Kari Dugger, Dale Lamar, Robert A. Kesterson, Xiangdong Wang, and Stuart J. Frank  49(1)

Calorie Restriction and Aging in Nonhuman Primates<>Joseph W. Kemnitz  52(1)

Contributions of Bird Studies to Behavioral and Neurobiological Research<>Marc F. Schmidt  51(4)

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