Contents

Introduction

Past Role of Laboratory Animals Overview

Examples from the Past

Specific Examples from the Past - Nonhuman Primates Specific Examples from the Past - Nontraditional Species Public Concerns Present Role of Laboratory Animals Contributions to Nobel Prizes

Rodent Embryonic Stem Cells and the Advances of Molecular Biology Genetically Altered Mice Murine Genome Map Completed

Nontraditional Species - Zebrafish, Xenopus, Drosophila Future Directions for Laboratory Animals in Biomedical Research

Genetically Engineering Technologies (see also "Genetically Altered Mice") Targeted Transgenic and Knockout Technologies Stock Centers Nontraditional Species and Approaches

Support of Biomedical Research Directed Towards Laboratory Animals, Funding Opportunities

Summary - Implications for Laboratory Animal Medicine (Training, Research, Career

Development)

References

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