European Convention for the protection of vertebrate animals used for experimental and other scientific purposes Strasbourg, 18 March 1986
Cm. 4906 Treaty series 2000 no. 125
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The Convention prescribes the purposes for which animals can be used for experimentation, but only if there are no other alternatives. It is concerned about the authorisation of institutions, education and training and the gathering of statistical information. The largest part of the Convention is an appendix which lays down standards for the care of animals used in research.
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