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The Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (JAALAS) serves as an official communication vehicle for the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS). The journal includes a section of refereed articles and a section of AALAS association news. The mission of the refereed section of the journal is to disseminate high-quality, peer-reviewed information on animal biology, technology, facility operations, management, and compliance as relevant to the AALAS membership. JAALAS accepts research reports (data-based) or scholarly reports (literature-based), with the caveat that all articles, including solicited manuscripts, must include appropriate references and must undergo peer review.

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Publisher: American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

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Volume 41, Number 3, May 2002

Correspondence

Open Access Discussion on the “Alternatives Search” Requirment
pp. 7-7(1)
Author: Ra'anan, Alice

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Editorial

Open Access An Ode to Reviewers, and Other Thinigs
pp. 8-8(1)
Author: Gaertner, Diane J.

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Special Topic Overviews

Open Access Engineering Control of Airborne Disease Transmission in Animal Laboratories
pp. 9-17(9)
Authors: Kowalski, W. J.; Bahnfleth, W. P.; Carey, D. D.

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Open Access Outbreak: Detection and Investigation
pp. 18-27(10)
Authors: Koszdin, Kari L.; Digiacomo, Ronald F.

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Open Access Fentanyl–fluanisone–midazolam Combination Results in More Stable Hemodynamics than does Urethane–α-chloralose and 2,2,2-tribromoethanol in Mice
pp. 28-32(5)
Authors: Jong, Willeke M.C.; Zuurbier, Coert J.; de Winter, Robbert J.; Van den Heuvel, Danyel A. F.; Reitsma, Pieter H.; Cate, Hugo Ten; Ince, Can

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Open Access A Technique for Creating Localized Subcutaneous Blastomyces Granulomas in Rats
pp. 33-37(5)
Authors: Bassett, Cary L.M.; Daniel, Gregory B.; Bochsler, Philip N.; Bemis, David A.

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