publication . Article . 2015

Microbiological Standardization in Small Laboratory Animals and Recommendations for the Monitoring

Meral Karaman;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2015 Journal: Journal of Clinical and Analytical Medicine (issn: 1309-0720, eissn: 1309-2014, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Derman Medical Publishing
Microbiological standardization in laboratory animal breeding is based on the classification according to the microorganisms that the animals host and consequently their upbringing environment, as well as the certification of their microbiological status and the protection of their properties. Although there are many different classifications for microbiological standardization of laboratory animals, they can be basically classified as; gnotobiotic animals, animals bred with a complete barrier system (Germ free, GF, with Colonization-Resistant Flora; CRF), animals bred with a partial barrier system (Specified Pathogen Free, SPF), and animals bred by conventional...
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