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University Biomedical Services (UBS)

 

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Foundation for Liver Research UK

The Foundation for Liver Research UK was established in 1974 to develop and extend research into diseases of the human liver and to enhance medical research generally.

Topic: Liver

Childrens Liver Disease Research

CLDF supports a wide range of projects, including clinical and laboratory-based research, lately moving into social research which looks at topics such as how to improve quality of life. 

Topic: Liver

CORE-Charity Fighting Digestive Disease-Research Funding
Topic: Liver

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Transgenic Training

In 2006, the Transgenic Training Working Group (TTWG) was formed to identify and provide specific training for carers and users of genetically altered animals.

Topic: Mice

MyDigitalMouse
Topic: Mice

Maximising The 3Rs Impact of NC3Rs-Funded Research

This gateway provides a place for researchers funded by the NC3Rs to promote the 3Rs impact of their work, and publish rapidly, in an open and transparent manner.

Topic: Mice

Information About Breeding Mice Advice Forum
Topic: Mice

The Sanger Mouse Genetics Programme

The Sanger Mouse Genetics Programme (Sanger MGP) was initiated in 2006 to advance the functional understanding of protein coding and non-coding RNA genes using a standardised high-throughput phenotypic screen designed to contribute to improved diagnosis and treatment of human disease.

Topic: Mice

INFRAFRONTIER

INFRAFRONTIER aims to build a world-class research infrastructure that provides the biomedical research community with the tools needed to unravel the role of gene function in human disease.

Topic: Mice

G/A Mice

General information collated to help with the implementation of approaches to reduce and refine the use of GA mice.

Topic: Mice

Norecopa Mouse Handling Procedures Videos
Topic: Mice

RSPCA Rodent Welfare Group

A key aim of the Group is to encourage people to take account of the whole lifetime experience of laboratory rodents, ensuring that every potential impact on their wellbeing has been reviewed and refined.

Topic: Mice, Rat

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