OLAW

AcronymDefinition
OLAWOffice of Laboratory Animal Welfare (NIH)
OLAWOrganization of Los Angeles Workers (Los Angeles, CA)
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facility reports; (16) OLAW compliance oversight evaluations and
final reports; (17) OLAW Assurance with corresponding attachments;
A sample animal-study proposal that addresses regulations for the use of vertebrate animals may be found on the OLAW Web site (Table 3).
The afternoon will commence with input from the USDA, OLAW, and AAALAC regarding current policies and guidance, followed by the breakout session.
Further, he aims to advance Herodotean scholarship by demonstrating how the argument of the Histories is constructed on the premise that the cause of war between Greece and Persia lies in the cultural antagonism rooted in the conflicting ideologies of the orule of lawo and the olaw of natureo.
Her animal facility was accredited by AAALAC and OLAW. With access to GANP[R] Mouse Technology, antibodies generated from GenScript can potentially be used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes because of higher affinity and higher specificity.
After the government implemented its oLaw Enforcement Plano in 2008, in which state security forces launched a campaign against illegal weapons and outlawed militias, the security situation started to improve.
Summary: DUBAI - His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, attended a symposium on olaw and future trendsAE organised by the Civil Service Council (CSC).
The symposium and workshop are co-hosted by USDA-AWIC, OLAW, The Centers for Disease Control, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, CAAT, and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology.
The National Institutes of Health Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (NIH OLAW) considers aquatic models "live, vertebrate animals at hatching" and approximates zebrafish hatching at 72 hours post fertilization (1).
(29.) ARENA, OLAW. Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee Guidebook.