Laboratory Mouse Procedural Techniques: Manual and DVD, 1st Edition (e-Book) book cover

Laboratory Mouse Procedural Techniques

Manual and DVD, 1st Edition

By John J. Bogdanske, Scott Hubbard-Van Stelle, Margaret Rankin Riley, Beth Schiffman

CRC Press

100 pages

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pub: 2010-11-19
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This combination manual and DVD provides much-needed training on the proper handling of mice used in biomedical research. The DVD includes narrated video clips that demonstrate and describe each procedural technique. The manual contains handouts with color illustrations and descriptive text for each technique, including the purpose and application

Table of Contents

DVD: Mouse Handling/Transfer. Mouse Restraint. Oral Gavage. One-Handed Injection Technique. Intraperitoneal Injection (IP): One person. Intraperitoneal Injection (IP): One-Person Towel Method. Subcutaneous Injection (SQ). Subcutaneous Injection (SQ): One-Person Towel Method. Maxillary Bleed. Pedal Vein Blood Draw. Saphenous Vein Blood Draw. Tail Vein Injection. Retro-Orbital Bleed: Anesthesia Required. Retro-Orbital Injections: Anesthesia Required. Ear Notching. Ear Tagging. Mouse Procedural Technique Manual & Handouts: Intraperitoneal Injection (IP). Subcutaneous Injection (SQ). Maxillary Bleed. Oral Gavage. Pedal Vein Blood Draw. Saphenous Vein Blood Draw. Retro-orbital Blood Draw. Retro-orbital Injection. Tail Vein Injection. Ear Notch/Punch & Ear Tags. The Mouse (Mus musculus) Class Outline. Normative Data. Appendix: Blood Volume.

About the Authors

John Bogdanske

After graduating from Augustana College, John started his research career in 1986 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Nutritional Sciences working with dietary fiber and the nutritional value of common foods. In 1991 he moved to the School of Veterinary Medicine on the Madison campus to take the position of Lab Manager in the Comparative Orthopaedic Research Laboratory (CORL), Department of Medical Sciences. The CORL's mission was to investigate fundamental orthopaedic problems that affected either animals or humans in order to identify the mechanisms that cause disease or to develop treatments that would enhance the lives of individuals affected with these diseases. In 2004 he joined the Research Animal Resources Center (RARC) as a Training Coordinator. Along with Scott, Margaret and Beth, he helps develop, manage, and present a comprehensive training program to all UW-Madison research animal users and related staff. John is an active member of Laboratory Animal Welfare Training Exchange (LAWTE) and the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS). John spends most of his free time with his family usually playing in the outdoors (on a bike).

Scott Hubbard-Van Stelle

Scott attended the University of Wisconsin in the pre-veterinary program before getting his degree as a certified veterinary technician from the Madison Area Technical College. He worked in a veterinary hospital for a small animal practitioner as a surgical nurse, followed by working for Raltech (now Covance) as a sample collection specialist. Scott started his career at the University of Wisconsin in 1980 when he took a position as a Veterinary Technician in the Veterinary Science Department (currently the department of Animal Health and Biomedical Sciences). After several years, he was promoted to Sr. Research Specialist. During his 19 years with the department, Scott set up the teachin

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MEDICAL / Toxicology
MEDICAL / Research
SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Neuroscience