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Forms, Policies and Procedures (45 Entries)
Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research
Submandibular Blood Collection – Mouse SOP #PRO-008
Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research

Submandibular Blood Collection – Mouse SOP #PRO-008

This Animal Subjects in Research procedure is in place to ensure the humane and ethical treatment of animal subjects in research. Please review the material carefully before proceeding.

Mice have a small vascular bundle at the back of the jaw where the orbital vein, submandibular vein, and other facial veins join. This area can be punctured to obtain blood with minimal pain or distress.

Yield: up to 75µl

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Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research
Survival Bleeding Volumes SOP #PRO-001
Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research

Survival Bleeding Volumes SOP #PRO-001

This Animal Subjects in Research procedure is in place to ensure the humane and ethical treatment of animal subjects in research. Please review the material carefully before proceeding.

SOP concerning the limitations of blood draws.

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Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research
Tail Snip for Genotyping SOP #PRO-009
Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research

Tail Snip for Genotyping SOP #PRO-009

This Animal Subjects in Research procedure is in place to ensure the humane and ethical treatment of animal subjects in research. Please review the material carefully before proceeding.

Tail snipping (tailing, tail biopsy, tail tip amputation) is a procedure to obtain tissue used for DNA analysis of transgenic strains of mice.

 

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Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research
Tail Vein Bleeding SOP #PRO-010
Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research

Tail Vein Bleeding SOP #PRO-010

This Animal Subjects in Research procedure is in place to ensure the humane and ethical treatment of animal subjects in research. Please review the material carefully before proceeding.

SOP concerning Tail Bleeding

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Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research
Use of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) for Rodent Euthanasia SOP #PRO-012
Procedure: Animal Subjects in Research

Use of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) for Rodent Euthanasia SOP #PRO-012

This Animal Subjects in Research procedure is in place to ensure the humane and ethical treatment of animal subjects in research. Please review the material carefully before proceeding.

CO2 inhalation is commonly used for euthanasia procedures. CO2 has rapid depressant and anesthetic properties. It is reasonably safe for the handler and is an inexpensive method of euthanasia especially for rodents. Compressed gas CO2 must be used. Dry ice is not acceptable. CO2 is colorless, odorless and heavier than air.

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