for Laboratory Animal Science
AALAS endorses the United States Government Principles for the Utilization and Care of Vertebrate Animals Used in Testing, Research, and Training, and requires that all papers published in the journal Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science report research conducted in conformance with these principles.
An alphabetical index of all articles appearing in ANZCCART News: Volumes 1 - 10 (38 issues) 1988 - 1997 is now available. Should you be interested in any of these articles, please contact ANZCCART and they will forward a photocopy free of charge. ANZCCART also acts as a clearing house for SCAW and UFAW publications as well as the many publications that ANZCCART produces.
Lab Animalis a peer-reviewed journal for professionals in animal research, emphasising proper management and care. Editorial features include: new animal models of disease; breeds and breeding practices; lab animal care and nutrition; new research techniques; personnel and facility management; facility design; new lab equipment; education and training; diagnostic activities; clinical chemistry; toxicology; genetics; and embryology, as they relate to laboratory animal science.
LA is an international journal with a strong base in Europe. Laboratory Animals is published by Laboratory Animals Ltd, a charity registered in the United Kingdom. The company applies all its resources to the advancement of public education in laboratory animal science and welfare, and none of its directors may receive any fee or remuneration.