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Contents Vol 15 No 3 December 2016 Page Editorial 146 Enhancing welfare of Zebra finches through the use of environmental enrichment 147 Gordon Gray Communicating the Culture of Care how to win friends and influence people 151 Tania Boden and Penny Hawkins Investigation of transportation on rat acclimatisation using novel cage side 157 recording equipment a review David Simpson PAPER SUMMARY TRANSLATIONS 163 TECH 2 TECH Transmission pathways protecting your environment 175 Dan Harding and Sandy Mackay AS ET SPECIAL TRAVEL BURSARY ESSAY ENTRIES Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory 181 animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animals welfare Rachel Blackburn Stout Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory 184 animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animals welfare Rachael Cooper POSTER PRESENTATIONS Survival of the fittest Zebrafish larval nutrition 187 Sanjay Jani Thom Berriman Hande Tunbak Ryan Clarek and Bruno Correia da Silva Assessing husbandry requirements of Zebrafish Danio rerio and Medaka Oryzias 191 latipes using background literature and comparative information Samuel Blackledge Nicola Goodwin Bradley Clark Paul Green Ceri Kovacs Michael Price and Peter Thompson Enrichment equals behaviour management 194 Jacqueline Potgieter Apprenticeship scheme for animal technicians 196 Bonnie Glen and Ryan Cini The Laboratory of Molecular Biology Named Persons and their responsibilities What is a Named Person 198 Lesley Dryan The Establishment Licence Holder ELH and Named Compliance Officer NCO 199 Lesley Dryan The role of the Named Training and Competency Officer NTCO 200 Darren Egan The Named Animal Welfare and Care Officer NACWO 201 Helen Cooper Carolyn Karam and Claire Knox The Named Veterinary Surgeon NVS 202 Marisa Coetzee The Named Information Officer NIO 203 Theresa Langford The Home Office Liaison Officer HOLO 204 Tracey Butcher NACWO exchange programme 205 Jenny Parks Introduction of a new training regime 208 Suzie Wilkinson Instructions to Authors 211 Index of Contents Volume 15 No 3 December 2016 IAT Journal Animal Technology and Welfare Index of Contents Volume 15 Official Journal of the Institute of Animal Technology and European Federation of Animal Technologists EFAT Index of Contents Volume 15
Contents Vol.15 No. 3 December 2016  Page  Editorial 146 Enhancing welfare of Zebra finches through the use of environment...
Contents VOL 15 NO 1 APRIL 2016 Contents VOL 15 NO 2 AUGUST 2016 Page Page Editorial ix Discussion of the select use of in vivo and in vitro models to investigate human 1 Polycystic Kidney Disease an introduction for the untrained research worker and what is the status quo Gary Martinic Report of the 2015 RSPCA UFAW rodent and rabbit welfare group meeting 9 Penny Hawkins Secretary John Atkinson Rachael Birt Joanne Cruden Adele Duran Katherin Herrmann Matt Leach Noelia Lopez Salesansky Anne McBride Giles Paiba Johnny Roughan and Huw Golledge Zebrafish environmental enrichment a review 23 Carly Nichols and Carole Wilson PAPER SUMMARY TRANSLATIONS TECH 2 TECH Animal research regulations in Massachusetts Sharron Kirchain and David Smith ANDREW BLAKE TRIBUTE AWARD Rat litters in trouble can they be helped Joanna Malton Going outside ASPA guidelines Peter Gardiner 27 39 43 47 POSTER PRESENTATIONS Continuous intravenous infusion in the mouse a suitable alternative safety 53 assessment model to avoid histaminergic reaction in the rat Hans van Wijk and Christopher Springall Lower susceptibility to histaminergic reactions in rodents using continuous 57 infusion advantages for safety assessment of parenteral peptide protein drugs Hans van Wijk and Uta Wirnitzer The Southern Grasshopper mouse Onychomys torridus 60 Claire Knox Refinement in post surgical recovery 62 Alex Robertson Bedding trial woodchip vs paper pellet 64 Annie Barling Effect of nesting material on aggression in diet induced obese C57BL 6 male mice 67 Diana Pao Keith Howard Erin Straley Lily Cheng Christina Winnicker and Donna Goldsteen A two year review of a vivarium using disposable caging 70 David Smith and Brian Kilpatrick Can choosing the right substrate reduce cage cleaning frequency 73 A comparative study of 3 substrates trialled in IVC cage systems Lauran Pickford Comparison of housing and welfare of group housed rabbits 77 Simon Enser Instructions to Authors 80 Editorial 82 Implementing a successful positive reinforcement training protocol in laboratory 83 housed dogs Laura E M Scullion Hall and Sally Robinson The RSPCA focus on severe suffering project 89 Penny Hawkins PAPER SUMMARY TRANSLATIONS TECH 2 TECH The evening of the sudden heart attack a patient s personal account of how the skills of doctors and medical research saved his life Gary Martinic Preparing a paper presentation for Congress Institute of Animal Technology Information and instructions for preparing a poster for Congress Institute of Animal Technology Let s talk about Culture of Care Nikki Osborne AS ET SPECIAL TRAVEL BURSARY ESSAY ENTRIES Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animal welfare Jessica Wood Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animal welfare Everest Onwubiko Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animal welfare Jamie Barratt 101 111 115 117 119 123 126 POSTER PRESENTATIONS More breeding for less surplus the advantages of using B6CBA to supply F1 mice 129 Leila Thomas Colin Travis Claudia Watson Terry Brown Brendan Doe and Francesca Flack Non human primate housing facility at Newcastle University 131 Stevie O Keefe Do different strains prefer different enrichments 133 Rhiannon Atkinson Innovative enrichment for the common marmoset Callithrix jacchus 136 Matteo Battilocchi Garry Fulcher Zoe Windsor Aaron Smith Ria Fisher and Claire Pearce Evaluation of p Chip Pharmaseq microchip as an identification method for 138 Xenopus Tropicalis Biological Research Facility BRF The Crick Lucy Fern Refinement of rodent identification by implementation of an ear tagging system 141 Jacqui Swan Matt Smith Noelia Lopez Salensansky Richard Marais and Lisa Doar Instructions to Authors Index of Contents Volume 15 No 1 April 2016 93 Index of Contents Volume 15 No 2 August 2016 145
Contents VOL.15 NO.1 APRIL 2016  Contents VOL.15 NO.2 AUGUST 2016   Page   Page  Editorial ix Discussion of the select use...
Contents VOL 15 NO 1 APRIL 2016 Contents VOL 15 NO 2 AUGUST 2016 Page Page Editorial ix Discussion of the select use of in vivo and in vitro models to investigate human 1 Polycystic Kidney Disease an introduction for the untrained research worker and what is the status quo Gary Martinic Report of the 2015 RSPCA UFAW rodent and rabbit welfare group meeting 9 Penny Hawkins Secretary John Atkinson Rachael Birt Joanne Cruden Adele Duran Katherin Herrmann Matt Leach Noelia Lopez Salesansky Anne McBride Giles Paiba Johnny Roughan and Huw Golledge Zebrafish environmental enrichment a review 23 Carly Nichols and Carole Wilson PAPER SUMMARY TRANSLATIONS TECH 2 TECH Animal research regulations in Massachusetts Sharron Kirchain and David Smith ANDREW BLAKE TRIBUTE AWARD Rat litters in trouble can they be helped Joanna Malton Going outside ASPA guidelines Peter Gardiner 27 39 43 47 POSTER PRESENTATIONS Continuous intravenous infusion in the mouse a suitable alternative safety 53 assessment model to avoid histaminergic reaction in the rat Hans van Wijk and Christopher Springall Lower susceptibility to histaminergic reactions in rodents using continuous 57 infusion advantages for safety assessment of parenteral peptide protein drugs Hans van Wijk and Uta Wirnitzer The Southern Grasshopper mouse Onychomys torridus 60 Claire Knox Refinement in post surgical recovery 62 Alex Robertson Bedding trial woodchip vs paper pellet 64 Annie Barling Effect of nesting material on aggression in diet induced obese C57BL 6 male mice 67 Diana Pao Keith Howard Erin Straley Lily Cheng Christina Winnicker and Donna Goldsteen A two year review of a vivarium using disposable caging 70 David Smith and Brian Kilpatrick Can choosing the right substrate reduce cage cleaning frequency 73 A comparative study of 3 substrates trialled in IVC cage systems Lauran Pickford Comparison of housing and welfare of group housed rabbits 77 Simon Enser Instructions to Authors 80 Editorial 82 Implementing a successful positive reinforcement training protocol in laboratory 83 housed dogs Laura E M Scullion Hall and Sally Robinson The RSPCA focus on severe suffering project 89 Penny Hawkins PAPER SUMMARY TRANSLATIONS TECH 2 TECH The evening of the sudden heart attack a patient s personal account of how the skills of doctors and medical research saved his life Gary Martinic Preparing a paper presentation for Congress Institute of Animal Technology Information and instructions for preparing a poster for Congress Institute of Animal Technology Let s talk about Culture of Care Nikki Osborne AS ET SPECIAL TRAVEL BURSARY ESSAY ENTRIES Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animal welfare Jessica Wood Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animal welfare Everest Onwubiko Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animal welfare Jamie Barratt 101 111 115 117 119 123 126 POSTER PRESENTATIONS More breeding for less surplus the advantages of using B6CBA to supply F1 mice 129 Leila Thomas Colin Travis Claudia Watson Terry Brown Brendan Doe and Francesca Flack Non human primate housing facility at Newcastle University 131 Stevie O Keefe Do different strains prefer different enrichments 133 Rhiannon Atkinson Innovative enrichment for the common marmoset Callithrix jacchus 136 Matteo Battilocchi Garry Fulcher Zoe Windsor Aaron Smith Ria Fisher and Claire Pearce Evaluation of p Chip Pharmaseq microchip as an identification method for 138 Xenopus Tropicalis Biological Research Facility BRF The Crick Lucy Fern Refinement of rodent identification by implementation of an ear tagging system 141 Jacqui Swan Matt Smith Noelia Lopez Salensansky Richard Marais and Lisa Doar Instructions to Authors Index of Contents Volume 15 No 1 April 2016 93 Index of Contents Volume 15 No 2 August 2016 145
Contents VOL.15 NO.1 APRIL 2016  Contents VOL.15 NO.2 AUGUST 2016   Page   Page  Editorial ix Discussion of the select use...
Contents Vol 15 No 3 December 2016 Page Editorial 146 Enhancing welfare of Zebra finches through the use of environmental enrichment 147 Gordon Gray Communicating the Culture of Care how to win friends and influence people 151 Tania Boden and Penny Hawkins Investigation of transportation on rat acclimatisation using novel cage side 157 recording equipment a review David Simpson PAPER SUMMARY TRANSLATIONS 163 TECH 2 TECH Transmission pathways protecting your environment 175 Dan Harding and Sandy Mackay AS ET SPECIAL TRAVEL BURSARY ESSAY ENTRIES Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory 181 animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animals welfare Rachel Blackburn Stout Do present United Kingdom regulations covering experiments using laboratory 184 animals strike the right balance between the interests of human health and laboratory animals welfare Rachael Cooper POSTER PRESENTATIONS Survival of the fittest Zebrafish larval nutrition 187 Sanjay Jani Thom Berriman Hande Tunbak Ryan Clarek and Bruno Correia da Silva Assessing husbandry requirements of Zebrafish Danio rerio and Medaka Oryzias 191 latipes using background literature and comparative information Samuel Blackledge Nicola Goodwin Bradley Clark Paul Green Ceri Kovacs Michael Price and Peter Thompson Enrichment equals behaviour management 194 Jacqueline Potgieter Apprenticeship scheme for animal technicians 196 Bonnie Glen and Ryan Cini The Laboratory of Molecular Biology Named Persons and their responsibilities What is a Named Person 198 Lesley Dryan The Establishment Licence Holder ELH and Named Compliance Officer NCO 199 Lesley Dryan The role of the Named Training and Competency Officer NTCO 200 Darren Egan The Named Animal Welfare and Care Officer NACWO 201 Helen Cooper Carolyn Karam and Claire Knox The Named Veterinary Surgeon NVS 202 Marisa Coetzee The Named Information Officer NIO 203 Theresa Langford The Home Office Liaison Officer HOLO 204 Tracey Butcher NACWO exchange programme 205 Jenny Parks Introduction of a new training regime 208 Suzie Wilkinson Instructions to Authors 211 Index of Contents Volume 15 No 3 December 2016 IAT Journal Animal Technology and Welfare Index of Contents Volume 15 Official Journal of the Institute of Animal Technology and European Federation of Animal Technologists EFAT Index of Contents Volume 15
Contents Vol.15 No. 3 December 2016  Page  Editorial 146 Enhancing welfare of Zebra finches through the use of environment...