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Working with large animal in contained environments
Health and welfare is a high priority for those who work with research animals. Some animals, however, require extra attention. Immunocompromised animals need to be kept protected from potential pathogens; gnotobiotic subjects, in order to maintain a defined microbiome, must not be exposed to unintended microbes; and those used to study infectious diseases need extra attention to keep those pathogens from escaping beyond the lab’s confines.
As the animals get bigger, the task of keeping them in contained facilities can get a bit more challenging but it remains an important consideration nonetheless.
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