Use of Animals for Medical Testing
Which animals should be used to test a new drug?
Which animals should be used to test the safety and effectiveness of “NicoBlock”, a fictitious smoking cessation drug?
- Compare the human nervous system with the nervous systems of three animals (mice, cats, and baboons).
- Learn how nerve cell communication can be altered by drugs that block neurotransmitter receptors.
- Explore cost factors and ethical issues involved in animal testing.
Limit 1 free sample per customer
|1 - 9||$14.70 ea.|
|10 - 24||$13.97 ea.|
|25 - 1000||$13.23 ea.|
Each assembled kit contains:
- Student instructions
- Effects of Nicotine and NicoBlock on the Brain
- 1 graphics sheet of brain photos, sections and receptors
- 1 small measuring cup
- 1 stirrer
- 1 plastic tray
- 4 tubes of simulated “Liver Enzymes” - human, mouse, cat, and baboon
- 4 labeled droppers
- 1 tube of simulated “Nicotine”
- 1 small scoop
- 1 tube of simulated “Protein Stain”
- Liver enzyme test sheet
- 1 simulated “protein gel”
- 1 sheet of DAPT gene codes
Also required: Water, safety goggles
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Use of Animals for Medical Testing – Pack of 10 Unassembled Kits
Catalog # STO-129U
Unassembled packs contain materials for 10 kits.
- All supplies, lab materials, and printed labels
- Student instructions copy master
- Easy to follow instructions for kit assembly
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Use of Animals for Medical Testing – 10 Kit Refill Pack
Catalog # STO-129R
Refill packs contain materials to replace consumable supplies for 10 kits.
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