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The Production of Genetically Modified Animals and Humans: An Inescapable Moral Challenge to Scientists and Laypeople Alike

Michael Balls

This issue of ATLA contains the report of an ECVAM workshop on the use of transgenic animals. 1 It is a courageous attempt to consider all aspects of the potential benefits, welfare implications and ethical dilemmas inherent in one of the fastest growing areas of biomedical research — the modification of animals by the artificial introduction of genetic material into their germlines.
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News & Views

ATLA staff writer

Cancer Research with C. elegans
Dieting Fruit Flies
Ad Libitum Feeding
NATO Countries Still Using Animals for Military Training
Beagle Breeding Facility Temporarily Closed
Model of a Synapse
Bacterial Mutant Screening
Testing the Effects of Pesticides on Human Cells
Microfluidic Platform for Diabetes Research
Comment on REACH
Awards presented at the EUSAAT 2012–Linz 2012 Congress
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