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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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ALTWEB-Alternatives to Animal Testing

This Website was created to serve as a gateway to alternatives news, information, and resources on the Internet and beyond. Altweb hosts the journal ALTEX: Alternatives to Animal Experimentation, which is the official publication of the Johns Hopkins Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing (CAAT).

Topic: Portals and Websites

ICLAS

ICLAS is an international scientific organization dedicated to advancing human and animal health by promoting the ethical  care and use of laboratory animals in research worldwide.

Topic: Portals and Websites

Bibliography on Alternatives to Animal Testing (Altbib)

Bibliography on Alternatives to Animal Testing (Altbib), is a resource portal for Alternatives to the Use of Live Vertebrates in Biomedical Research and Testing hosted by Specialized Information Services of US National Library of Medicine.

Topic: Portals and Websites

Understanding Animal Research

Understanding Animal Research aim to provide all you want to know about animal research, whether you are a concerned member of the public or have a special interest.

Topic: Portals and Websites

CAAT-Europe (Centre of Alternatives to Animal Testing)

CAAT is an academic, science based centre within the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the USA and the University of Konstanz in Germany which is  dedicated to the promotion of research intoin vitro and other alternative techniques, Three Rs education and information.

Topic: Portals and Websites

Welcome to the Node

Welcome to the Node: the community site for and by developmental biologists. The Node is a place for you to share news from the developmental biology community, to discuss relevant topics or just see what’s new. And you can do more than reading – we are a community site, so anyone can post on the Node after creating an account. The Node is run by the journal Development and its publisher, The Company of Biologists. We get around 20,000 visitors per month, and typically publish one post per day.

 

Topic: Portals and Websites

CCAC- Canadian Council on Animal Care

CCAC promotes the application of Three Rs in Canada. Through a website it provides the latest information on the Three Rs,   a search tool and a search guide. 

Topic: Portals and Websites

Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments (FRAME)

FRAME is dedicated to the development of new and valid methods that will replace the need for laboratory animals in medical and scientific research, education, and testing. Where the use of animals is currently necessary, FRAME supports the reduction of numbers involved to an unavoidable minimum and refinement of experimental procedures to minimise any suffering caused. The E-learning resource of FRAME has been set up to provide teachers, school children, students and general supporters with information about the different areas of animal experimentation and with specific resources as to how it can be reduced, refined or replaced. 

Topic: Portals and Websites

3rs-Reduction

3rs-Reduction is a new interactive web-site designed to help scientists to improve the design of their animal experiments. Animal experiments are not always well designed, leading to both ethical concerns and a waste of scientific resources. This is a world-wide problem. Training scientists is difficult as there so are few statisticians with a good understanding of laboratory animal science able to provide such training. This new web-site is designed to help scientists to teach themselves the necessary skills. After an introduction on the ethics of animal experimentation, showing that improvements are needed, it goes on to  cover choice of experimental units, avoiding bias, power and sample size, controlling variability, types of experimental design, factorial experiments, statistical analysis and publication guidelines. Most sections are followed by a "Test yourself" page of true/false questions. The web-site is free. 

Topic: Portals and Websites

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