IACUC

AcronymDefinition
IACUCInstitutional Animal Care and Use Committee
IACUCInternal Animal Care and Use Committee (National Centre for Biological Sciences; Bangalore, India)
IACUCInstitutional Animal Care and Utilization Committee (various organizations)
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The requirement of review by an IACUC, while not universally applicable, demonstrates that Congress recognizes the value of external accountability for researchers who work with animals.
All animal procedures were performed according to the Guidelines for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals of the National Institutes of Health (United States), as well as the guidelines of the Taiwanese Animal Welfare Act These studies were conducted with the approval of the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) at Tajen University (approval number, IACUC 102-16; approval date, December 24, 2013).
There have been occasional individual accounts, such as Chilov's 2005 poster about activities at Columbia University Medical Center [5] and Lingle's report of being invited to serve as the nonscientific member of the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine IACUC [6].
Animal husbandry and behavioral experiments were conducted under Florida Atlantic University IACUC protocol (Al2-27).
All field methods were reviewed and approved by SAG (Permit 3670) and an IACUC at the University of California, Davis (Protocol # 13252).
Studies using embryos within 3 days of hatching or hatchlings must be reviewed by the normal IACUC procedure for vertebrate animals.
131) Modeled after Institutional Review Boards, which ensure the ethical nature of research protocols in which humans are subjects, (132) the IACUC is a self-regulating entity that oversees all aspects of the institution's animal care and use program for animal research.
Animals were treated ethically according to IACUC Protocol #04-008.
We will begin these studies as soon as we have approval of the IACUC [Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee].