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The American Association of Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) maintains (or has maintained) three distinct list serves:
- CompMed (this record), which covers topics related to comparative medicine and laboratory animals
- TechLink, which focused on technician-related issues, but which has now been dissolved
- IACUC Forum, which is a clearinghouse for material of relevance for Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees
CompMed is an e-mail list for discussion of comparative medicine, laboratory animals, and topics related to biomedical research. There were approx. 3,000 members worldwide until June 2019 when it was moved to a new site. Membership numbers are now lower but are increasing.
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