Until 1 July 2015, animal research in Norway was controlled by the Norwegian Animal Research Authority (NARA, Forsøksdyrutvalget (FDU)). NARA had its own webpages, where among other things 25 decisions of principle were made available to researchers. These webpages were closed when the control of animal research was handed over to a department at the Norwegian Food Safety Authority (Mattilsynet). The decisions of principle were unfortunately not incorporated in the new website. Norecopa has therefore obtained the Authority's permission to publish as many of them as possible here. We have not been able to obtain all of them. Some of the documents referred to specific applications for animal experiments - these documents will be anonymised. The documents will only be available in Norwegian.
- Methods of humane killing of neonatal rodents
- Use of neuromuscular blockers
- Use of radiomarking involving periteonal radio transmitters in wildlife
- Experiments to illustrate known effects
- Toxicity testing of chemicals on fish
- Courses in laboratory animal science
- Methods for marking fish in laboratory experiments
- The use of metabolism cages for small rodents
- Production of monoclonal antibodies (MAbs)
Summaries of animal experiments approved by the Norwegian Food Safety Authority (Mattilsynet).
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