[Problems in setting up European statistics on animal experimentation] [Article in German]

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Roman Kolar , Brigitte Rusche, Ursula Sauer
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The Akademie für Tierschutz (academy for animal welfare) has performed a study to analyse the problems in connection with the European statistics on animal experimentation. This study included an evaluation of the national and the European registration schemes as well as of the legal basis that exists in EU Member States with regard to the registration of animal experiments. Moreover, selected individuals that participate in the statistics (researchers from industry and academia, officials) and animal welfare organisations were interviewed. Deficiencies within European and national legislation and within the statistical tables used were identified as causes for the unsatisfactory European statistics on animal experimentation. Additionally, it could be proven that binding EU legislation has not been implemented to full extent yet.

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Kolar, R., Rusche, B. and Sauer, U. (1997) “[Problems in setting up European statistics on animal experimentation] [Article in German]”, ALTEX - Alternatives to animal experimentation, 14(3), pp. 114–122. Available at: https://altex.org/index.php/altex/article/view/1592 (Accessed: 18 June 2024).
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