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Brief review of scientific studies of the welfare implications of transporting primates



Brief review of scientific studies of the welfare implications of transporting primates



Laboratory Animals 31(4): 303-305



The transportation of primates has become an important welfare issue and the outcome of the debate over its cost to the animal will have effects on the future of medical research using these species. There is a paucity of scientific studies on transport relating to primates and the need for gathering of further scientific evidence is highlighted.

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PMID: 9350700

DOI: 10.1258/002367797780596167



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