Animal models and testing

An animal with a complaint either the same as or like a complaint in humans. Animal models are used to study the development and progression of conditions and to test new treatments before they're given to humans. Mice and rats make up roughly 95 of all laboratory animals, with mice the most generally used beast in biomedical exploration. Then a selection of common beast procedures Forced chemical exposure in toxin testing, which can include oral force- feeding, forced inhalation, skin or injection into the tummy, muscle, etc. Exposure to medicines, chemicals or contagious complaint at levels that beget illness, pain and distress, or death.

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