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Alex R. Susan Stevens Crummel. Hunted in Paradise. John Holt. Robert Earl Woodard. A Bird in the Hand. Ted Lundrigan. Rodents are commonly used in animal testing , particularly mice and rats , but also guinea pigs , hamsters , gerbils and others. Mice are the most commonly used vertebrate species, due to their availability, size, low cost, ease of handling, and fast reproduction rate.
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In the UK in , there were 3. The most common species used were mice 3.
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In the U. Over 2, research organizations are listed in the database, of which approximately were researched and of these, were contacted directly by FRD staff. These organizations include hospitals, government organizations, private companies pharmaceutical companies, etc. Approximately 50 percent of the organizations contacted revealed a specific or approximated number of animals in their laboratories. The total number of animals for those organizations is: ,—1,, rats; ,—2,, mice; and ,—, birds. Mice are the most commonly used vertebrate species, popular because of their availability, size, low cost, ease of handling, and fast reproduction rate.
Transgenic animal production consists of injecting each construct into — eggs, typically representing three days' work. Twenty to fifty mice will normally be born from this number of injected eggs.