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How funding bodies can embed the 3Rs in their peer review process, including details of our review and advice service.

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Quarterly e-newsletter to keep the scientific community updated on news from the NC3Rs Toxicology and Regulatory Sciences programme.

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Is it necessary and how could it affect your data and animal welfare? A workshop recording featuring academic and industry experts.

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A series of video tutorials to develop skills in the administration of substances and apply best practice in aseptic surgical techniques in rodents.

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Archiving can provide a back-up to production colonies, minimise genetic drift, reduce the need for tick-over colonies and preserve valuable models.

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Posters and other resources on the use of grimace scales to assess pain in laboratory animals.

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Details of the Rabbit Grimace Scale, including a poster for display in laboratory rooms and corridors.

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Techniques for blood sampling in laboratory animal species to ensure the most appropriate technique is chosen.

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Information on techniques for sampling blood in the rat, covering non-surgical, surgical and terminal techniques.

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