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Bibliography of naturally occurring animal models of human disease
Approximately 1200 English-language books and journal articles published between 1960-1979 and derived from MEDLARS, ILAR news, the WHO Veterinary Public Health Unit, and CAB abstracts. Arranged by primary authors. Classified index by natural animal models.
|Statement||general editors, Gerald Hegreberg, Charles Leathers ; technical editors, Linda Hines, Alan Hagen-Wittbecker, Mary Jo Hamilton.|
|Contributions||Hegreberg, Gerald A., Leathers, Charles.|
|LC Classifications||RB125 .B582n|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 146 p.|
|Number of Pages||146|
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ANIMAL, property. A name given to every animated being endowed with the power of voluntary motion. In law, it signifies all animals except those of the him, in species. 2. Animals. Since the report of ‘lipid dystrophic changes’ in two English Setter dogs (Hagen, ) an extensive literature has arisen reporting cases of NCL in a wide variety of animals, sufficient to suggest that these diseases are common to mammalian species. Cases have been reported in many different dog breeds, and in other species including sheep, cattle, ferrets, cats, horses, .
Animals that are chosen to model human diseases will often have similar physiology or some other similar aspect relating to human genetics. The animals that are the most common models for human disease include, but are not limited to, the rat, mouse, and zebrafish. Traditional biotechnology in animal models included the mixtures of random genes. Disease models. Animal models serving in research may have an existing, inbred or induced disease or injury that is similar to a human condition. These test conditions are often termed as animal models of use of animal models allows researchers to investigate disease states in ways which would be inaccessible in a human patient, performing procedures on the .
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Suggested Citation:"Naturally Occurring Animal Models of Human Disease: A Bibliography."National Research Council. Naturally Occurring Animal Models of Human Disease: A gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Get this from a library. Bibliography of naturally occurring animal models of human disease.
[Gerald A Hegreberg; Charles Leathers;] -- Approximately English-language books and journal articles published between and derived from MEDLARS, ILAR news, the WHO Veterinary Public Health Unit, and CAB abstracts.
Arranged by. OCLC Number: Notes: "Appendix to the paper entitled "Animal models" presented at the NRC-NAS Symposium on the Future of Animal Cells, Models, and Systems in Research, Development, Education, and Testing, on October 22at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.".
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Naturally occurring animal models of human disease: a bibliography. Washington: National Academy of Sciences (US), Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources; [date unknown].
99 p. Animal Models for the Study of Human Disease identifies important animal models and assesses the advantages and disadvantages of each model for the study of human disease. The first section addresses how to locate resources, animal alternatives, animal ethics and related issues, much needed information for researchers across the biological sciences and 5/5(1).
Animal Models for the Study of Human Disease identifies important animal models and assesses the advantages and disadvantages of each model for the study of human disease. The first section addresses how to locate resources, animal alternatives, animal ethics and related issues, much needed information for researchers across the biological sciences and Format: Hardcover.
During the year period –, 20 percent of more than 1, literature citations on naturally occurring animal models of human diseases involved dogs (Hegreberg and Leathers, ).
A compilation in noted that inherited disease entities had been reported in dogs (Patterson et al., ). Laboratory animal models for the study of human disease are developed and used to study the cause, nature and cure of human disorders. They may conveniently be categorized in one of the following five groups; 1.
Induced (experimental) disease models. Spontaneous (mutant) disease models. Gene-modified disease models. Transgenic. Animal Models for the Study of Human Disease, Second Edition, provides needed information on model sharing, animal alternatives, animal ethics and access to databanks of models, bringing together common descriptions of models for busy researchers across biomedical and biological sciences.
Offering easily searchable advantages and disadvantages for each animal model. Animal data can provide us with models of biologic trends before proceeding to human application.
Inability to examine initiation and progression of periodontal diseases has led to a great interest in the use of animal models in periodontal research. Human longitudinal studies of periodontal disease pose many problems such as determining the.
Animal Models in Cardiovascular Research covers both historical and recent advances in our understanding of the cardiovascular system from studies conducted in animal models.
The last decade has seen an explosion in the use of very specialized congenic and transgenic animal models that were not described in the previous two by: Spontaneous animal models, as defined by Hau, reflects the modern emphasis on the mouse, referring only to naturally occurring disease in genetic Author: Jann Hau.
Categories of Animal Models in Research 8/6/ 7 Induced Model Healthy animal in which condition is induced Spontaneous Model utilize naturally occurring genetic variants Genetically Modified Model also called transgenic disease models Orphan Model disease occurring in animal, not described in human Negative Models in which a certain disease.
The development of animal models of dengue virus (DENV) infection and disease has been challenging, as epidemic DENV does not naturally infect non-human species. 9 Dog Models of Naturally Occurring Cancer Joelle M. Fenger, Jennie Lynn Rowell, Isain Zapata, William C. Kisseberth, Cheryl A.
London, and Carlos E. Alvarez. Introduction Animal Models of Human Disease and the Need for Alternatives to the Mouse Advantages of Spontaneous Cancer Models in Dogs Animal models have been used to address a variety of scientific questions, from basic science to the development and assessment of novel vaccines, or therapies.
The use of animals is not only based on the vast commonalities in the biology of most mammals, but also on the fact that human diseases often affect other animal by: Purchase Animal Models of Human Disease, Volume - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN In this perspective, we used subgroups of specific ALS-linked gene mutations to go through existing animal models and to provide a comprehensive profile of the differences and similarities between animal models of disease and human disease.
Finally, we reviewed application of biomarkers and gene therapies relevant in personalized medicine by: Along with many illustrations, the book options an in depth bibliography.
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Please use the link provided below to. Practical strategies for improving the use of animal models for studying human disease include designing human clinical trials that replicate the conditions that were tested for in the animal model.Series Gastrointestinal Diseas: Animal Models For Intestinal Disease (Crc Series on Gastrointestinal Disease) by Pfeiffer and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The key concept for the natural animal models strategy is based on the relatively high frequency of carriers even for rare recessive diseases.
For example, as shown here, a disease that occurs in only 1 per million animals has a disease frequency of 1/ animals.