1-Literature searches

Literature searches help to:

  • identify possible non-animal alternatives to all or part of the proposed study
  • prevent unnecessary repetition of animal studies
  • identify efforts to reduce animal numbers
  • identify refinements to procedures in the planned study

General principles
For fish researchers

Literature searches should be well documented, including information on:

  1. Evidence from the literature that the animal studies have not been performed previously, or that repetition is justified
  2. Consultation of relevant guidelines for specific parts of the study

There is more information in a separate section of the Norecopa website.

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This page was updated on 07 July 2021

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