Animal Models and Testing

Animal Models and Testing has a great scope in veterinary. Although humans and animals (technically “non-human animals”) could look totally different, at a physiological and anatomical level they're remarkably similar. Animals, from mice to monkeys, have identical organs (heart, lungs, brain etc.) and organ systems (respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous systems etc.) that perform identical functions in just about identical method. Experimental analysis with animals is typically conducted in universities, medical colleges, pharmaceutical firms, defense institutions, and industrial facilities that offer animal-testing services to business. There square measure minor variations, the variations will provide vital clues regarding diseases and the way they may be treated – for example, if we tend to knew why the mouse with inherited disease suffers less muscle wasting than human patients, this would possibly result in a treatment for this weakening and fatal disorder and Animal testing, conjointly called animal experimentation, animal analysis, and in vivo testing, is that the use of non-human animals in experiments that obtain to regulate the variables that have an effect on the behavior or biological system.

  • Animal testing on frogs
  • Animal testing on rodents

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