Guidelines for reporting the results of experiments using mammals

A detailed account of experimental design, including an accurate description of the animals used, is an essential part of good research practice. This paper suggests guidelines for reporting experiments on mammals.

A detailed account of experimental design, including an accurate description of the animals used, is an essential part of good research practice. This paper suggests guidelines for reporting experiments on mammals.
A similar paper with guidelines for reporting fish experiments was published in 2000.
Published in Laboratory Animals in 1985, 3 pages.

The paper may be downloaded from the journal here.

See also the PREPARE Guidelines for planning animal experiments.

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