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Archive » 2006 » 1 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Medical Deontology and Philosophy » Archive » Medical field » Fields » Pathology »

Legal Regulations on Animal Experiments and Conditions for Permit Acquisition

 
Abstract:

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In Slovenia, the use of experimental animals in education and for experimental and other scientific purposes is regulated by the Animal Protection Act and other subsidiary legal acts, in which the legal provisions of the European Union have been adopted. In the article, the authors explain in brief the conditions for the acquisition of the permit for carrying out ani­mal experiments in Slovenia.

Authors:
Perše Martina, Cerar Anton

Keywords:
animal experimentation − legislation and jurisprudence

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 2006; 45: 57−64.

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