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  • Animal Models And Clinical Trials

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    (WY Mak et. Al, 2014) discusses the concerns of the fact that many drugs that are successful in animal trials are not successful in clinical trials, most specifically, drugs used in cancer treatments. Animal models have been an important factor in the testing of a new drug before it is used in clinical trials, but many drugs that are approved in animal models are not successful in human models. It has been shown that 85% of early clinical trials for novel drugs are not successful and from the remaining

  • Mice Animal Model

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    work and are applicable to humans. Other animals, such as rabbits, monkeys, and pigs, are also good animal models because of their similar physiological and anatomical features allow them to have a good construct validity and face validity (Crawley, 2012). Mice are similar to humans, small, and the least expensive to use for research. These three reasons are why mice are chosen as a model organism for Autism. Ultimately, the mice tend to score high and fit the validity, physiological, and anatomical

  • Cosmetic Toxicity Testing Using Animal Models

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    Using Animal Models is Wrong Animal models should not be used for cosmetic toxicity testing because it causes pain, loss of basic animal functions, and in some cases death to the animal model. Animal testing has become a recurring problem in today's society. Products that you would not even think of are being tested on animals for toxicity. Many companies are questioning whether animal testing is absolutely necessary and trying to find alternative methods like three dimensional skin models and different

  • Animal Model Of Mood Disorder

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    Beneficial aim of the animal models of mood disorder is to increase of our understanding of instance of mood disorders. As an example, it is hard to get clear understanding of the neuro biological brain functions of the living human brain. Reasons of these limitations, animal models are appropriate to study to understand mood disorders. However, as Eric J. Nestler mentions in his article, many psychological symptoms cannot determine such as hallucinations, sadness, guilt, and delusions, On the other

  • Biological Model Of Animal Abuse

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    by the way its animals are treated.” These words directly oppose how animals are truly treated in the world today (McDonald 30). On the news I hear about animals abuse almost every day whether it be someone leaving their dog in a locked car with the windows rolled all the way up on a hot summer day, a farmer storing their animals in tiny cages in their own feces while they wait for the day in which they are taking back to the slaughter house, or even a famous person using animals for entertainment

  • Essay On IRI Challenges In Animals Models

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    IRI challenges in animal Models There are different ways to investigate renal IRI, one of the most common being through the use of animal models in which IRI is induced through renal artery clamping. Various experiments have been carried out using such models to find different methods to ameliorate IRI, which involve the use of many animals. However, there is still no effective therapeutic treatment that has been translated from animal studies to the clinic. Animal models are also crucial to understand

  • The Usefulness Of Animal Models

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    of animal models in relation to the brain and behaviour of humans has played a significant role in understanding many aspects of the human psychobiology, and ‘much of what we know about the relationships among anatomy, physiology, and behaviour has come from animal research’ (American Psychological Association, no date:online). Research on animal models ranges from simple behaviour observation to more invasive procedures such as the extraction of brain chemicals. However, ‘the use of animals in research

  • Mptp Animal Model

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    movement disorder, however, the etiology of the disease remains uncertain. Animal models of PD and histochemical techniques provide evidence suggesting that that nuclear DNA fragmentation occurs in substantia nigra neurons in PD patients. Animal models has been used in experimental studies to try obtain 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine (MPTP) is an experimental study that has been used to develop animal models for testing new therapies in the human disease while using its mechanisms to

  • Diabetogenic Animal Model

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    Alloxan and STZ has been commonly employed as an experimental design in animal model. Both are cytotoxic glucose analogues. That is induce a multiphasic blood glucose response and accompanied by corresponding inverse changes within the plasma insulin concentration. So sequential ultrastructural β cell changes finally it will be lead to can occur necrotic cell death cause insulin dependent diabetes mellitus in experimental animals (My thili., et al 2004; Lenzenet al., 2008). After administration of diabetogenic

  • The Action Of Animal Models

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    Fluoxetine Action in Animal Models Antidepressants influence neurotransmitter systems, including norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine. We know that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and tricyclic antidepressants are classes of antidepressants (Brandon & McKay, 2015). Fluoxetine (FLX) is a well-known and extensively studied SSRI antidepressant. Thus, FLX’s actions include increasing the amount and duration of serotonin availability in the brain by preventing its reuptake (Brandon