The ARRIVE Guidelines
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The ARRIVE (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) guidelines have been developed by the NC3Rs to improve standards of reporting and ensure that the data from animal experiments can be fully evaluated and utilised. The PREPARE guidelines for planning animal research and testing complement ARRIVE, by providing guidelines for planning animal research.
Developed in consultation with the scientific community, including researchers, statisticians, journal editors, and funders, the ARRIVE guidelines consist of a 20-point checklist of the essential information that should be included in publications reporting animal research. The ARRIVE guidelines are endorsed by journals, funders, universities and learned societies. Material to support ARRIVE has been developed, including a short presentation describing the ARRIVE guidelines, speaker notes to accompany the presentation, a recording of a webinar and examples for each point of the ARRIVE guidelines demonstrating how they can be used in practice to report animal research.
Kilkenny C, Browne WJ, Cuthill IC, Emerson M, Altman DG (2010): Improving Bioscience Research Reporting: The ARRIVE Guidelines for Reporting Animal Research. PLoS Biol 8(6): e1000412. doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1000412
The ARRIVE guidelines are available in a pocket-sized format. They are available to download in Chinese (Mandarin), Italian, Portugese (Brazilian) and Spanish. Other translations are planned.
The Guidelines and a checklist can be downloaded from the NC3Rs website.
See also the Gold Standard Publication Checklist.
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