In a standard swimming test (the so called Morris Water Maze), the spatial memory of the genetically modified animals was just as good as the spatial memory of the normal controls.
What does GMA stand for?
GMA stands for Genetically Modified Animal
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The Association of Medical Research Charities says a lot of the increase in animal procedures over the past decade can be attributed to the breeding of genetically modified animals, which is done to isolate particular genetic strains for medical research.
Genetically modified animal feed without GMO labeling is being sold on the Bulgarian market, according to reports of the Public Environmental Center for Sustainable Development/ PECSD/ in Varna and environmental NGO 'Za Zemiata' (For the Earth).
Byline: MIKE SWAIN THE number of genetically modified animals used for experiments in labs has leapt by 10% in a year.
Medical School) compile 12 chapters by scientists from North America, Europe, Australia, and Japan specializing in mutant and transgenic models of disease who outline approaches for the evaluation of genetically modified animal models in biomedical research relating to brain disorders.
The ultimate aim is to breed genetically modified animals whose organs will not trigger an extreme immune reaction when transplanted into humans.
9 million animal procedures were performed in 2005 with genetically modified animals, mostly rodents, representing a third of all the animals used in laboratories.
The MP justifies production and killing of genetically modified animals provided that the research addresses comparable harms for the research subjects and human life.