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Number of animal rooms scheduled for sentinel animal surveillance during the month

Dictionary: Laboratory animals are susceptible to a wide variety of bacterial, viral, and parasitic infections which can result in an altered animal model that consequently affects research. DVS monitors for various infectious disease agents to assure that healthy animals are maintained.

Extensive environmental and health monitoring activities will ensure pathogen exclusion from animal colonies, bedding, and feed in order to maintain high quality research. (1)

Information is current as of August 31, 2014.

Fiscal Year - 2014

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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2013N/A7
Nov 2013N/A5
Dec 2013N/A12
Jan 2014N/A7
Feb 2014N/A6
Mar 2014N/A12
Apr 2014N/A4
May 2014N/A8
Jun 2014N/A7
Jul 2014N/A9
Aug 2014N/A10
Sep 2014N/ATBD

Footnotes

  • (1) A target is unable to be set for the number of animal room surveillances conducted during the month because of the surveillance dependency on animal room occupancy. Animal room occupation is complex and unpredictable as it is based on research study elements which change continuously.

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