Science Take-Out® Use Of Animals For Medical Testing

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Science Take-Out® Use Of Animals For Medical Testing
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Which Animals Should Be Used To Test A New Drug?

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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. This complete experiment setup contains all materials and does not require lab equipment.