Pósters SECAL-SPCAL 2015

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An online management tool for the institutional animal care and use committee. Implementation and experience in the USAL

Vigo J.1, González R.1, Muñoz L.J.2

1 Servicios Informáticos, Universidad de Salamanca.

2 Servicio de Experimentación Animal, Universidad de Salamanca

ID 29

Animal health certificates for the import into Spain of live rodents and rodent embryos/sperm. A barrier for the scientific exchange.

Gonzalo Moreno del Val, Patricia Muñoz Robledano y María Jesús Molina Cimadevila (Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante CSIC-UMH), Alistair Thompson y Andy Dickinson (Surrey Diagnostics) y Adrian Deeny (University College London).

ID 35

Training routes to gain the qualifications necessary for personnel who handle animals which are used, kept or supplied for experiments and other scientific purposes, including teaching.

Pablo Mirat Serván.

Servicio de Animario. Uex.

ID 40

Severity evaluation of procedures in a Central Research Facility.

F.J. Martín-Arenas, C.O. Pintado.

CPYEA, Universidad de Sevilla.[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Welfare of laboratory animals»][vc_column_text]ID 17

Voluntary ingestion as a reliable alternative to gavage in rats.

Lucília N Diogo1, Ricardo A Afonso1, Sofia A Pereira1, Emília C Monteiro1 and Ana I Santos2

1 CEDOC, Nova Medical School, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 1169-056 Lisboa, Portugal.

2 Nova Medical School, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 1169-056 Lisboa, Portugal.

ID 21

Gellan gum improves weight recovery following cerebral ischemia in rats.

Clara Muñoz-Mediavilla (Charles River Laboratories), Ander Arrieta (CIC BIOMAGUNE),

Ainhoa Cano-Garmendia (CIC BIOMAGUNE), Abraham Martín (CIC BIOMAGUNE)

ID 31

Caloric restriction in aggregates rats. The study of the influence on relationship from the behavioral and hormonal point of view.

Miquel M. Mancisidor. Máster Etología. Universidad Pablo Olvide, Sevilla; Ignacio Morón. Dpto. de Psicobiología.

Centro de Investigación Mente, Cerebro y Comportamiento (CIMCYC). Universidad de Granada;

  1. M. Zúñiga. CIC/CIBM. Universidad de Granada

ID 33

Socialization and training of dogs for research: less distress for animals and humans.

Marta Giral1, Mónica Serrano2 y Daniel Domingo2.

1 Animal Research Facilities, Almirall S.A., Barcelona (Spain).

2 Charles River Laboratories, Barcelona (Spain)

ID 48

Does nesting material-containing bedding offer benefits? A study in BALB/c mice.

Alexandra Cordón1, Amaia Valdemoros1 y Marta Giral2.

1 Charles River Laboratories, Barcelona (Spain),

2 Animal Research Facilities, Almirall S.A., Barcelona (Spain).

ID 49

Optimisation of the use of corncob bedding in isolated ventilated cages in guinea pigs.

Sonia Nuncio1, Amaia Valdemoros1 y Marta Giral2.

1 Charles River Laboratories, Barcelona (Spain).

2 Animal Research Facilities, Almirall S.A., Barcelona (Spain).

ID 56

Improving animals welfare during an assay of urinary bladder carcinogenesis.

MC Oliveira1, AI Faustino-Rocha1,2, R Arantes-Rodrigues1,2, L Antunes1,2 and PA Oliveira1,2

1 UTAD – Veterinary Sciences Department from the University of Tra´s-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD), Quinta de Prados, 5001-801 – Vila Real, Portugal.

2 CITAB – Centre for the Research and Technology of Agro-Environmental and Biological Sciences/UTAD – Veterinary Sciences Department from the University of Tra´s-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Quinta de Prados, 5001-801 – Vila Real, Portugal.

ID 71

Assessment of the preference of BALB/c mice for corncob bedding of different particle-size.

Violeta Solís, Cristina Muñoz, Julia Sánchez, Magdalena Jiménez, Ángeles Talavante, Concepción Mariscal, Antonio Martínez.

Laboratory animal sciences, diseases of the developing world drug discovery center. Glaxosmithkline R&D. Tres Cantos, Madrid, España.

ID 72

Assessment of three different types of foraging enrichments for mice.

Violeta Solís, Julia Sánchez, Ángeles Talavante, Magdalena Jiménez, John Sparrowe, Cristina Muñoz, Isabel Camino, Rubén Díaz, Antonio Martínez

Laboratory animal sciences, diseases of the developing world drug discovery center. Glaxosmithkline R&D. Tres Cantos, Madrid, España.

ID 118

Parental behavior of inbred and heterogenic mice submitted to environmental change with the supply of material for nesting.

Moreira VB, Rodrigues MV, Albuquerque CZ, Mattaraia VGM, Moura ASMT

Biotério Central Instituto Butantan, São Paulo. Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia – UNESP.

ID 156

New biological materials for improving animal welfare: An ideal bedding?

Palacín, FJ, Orellana JM, Verdú C, Pérez J.

Animal Welfare: Science, Humanities, Ethics and Law Research Group (AHSWEL-IAS). Universidad de Alcalá (Madrid / Spain)[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Euthanasia»][vc_column_text]ID 77

Refinement of the euthanasia method using carbon dioxide, for rodents and humans.

Tomás García Robles (PRBB), Sara Capdevila (PRBB), Juan Carlos Pascual (PRBB), Lourdes Luque (PRBB), Juan Martín-Caballero (PRBB)

ID 109

New developments in gas euthanasia.

Antunes L1,2, Valentim Am2, Guedes Sr1, 2, Pereira Am1, 2, Silva E3, Correia R4, Gabriel J4

1CITAD / UTAD Vila Real

2 IBMC, Porto

3 LABORIAL, MAIA, Portugal

4 IDMEC –FEUP, Porto[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Health of laboratory animals»][vc_column_text]ID 19

Do modern technologies allow you to perform optimal health monitoring in IVCs? The challenge of balancing 5 pillars (science, cost, risk assessment, management and 3Rs).

Lela Riley

Cinthia Besh-Williford. IDEXX BIORESEARCH

ID 42

Neonatal transfer for eradication of Helicobacter spp. in mice and rats.

María Granada Picazo, María José Herreros, Dolores C. García Olmo.

Unidad de Investigación, Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Albacete.

ID 66

May sexual behavior be a diagnostic tool? Subclinical infections with intestinal parasites affect the results of tests of sexual behavior.

Adoración Hernández-Martínez1, Enrique Lanuza1, Ana Martín-Sánchez 1,2, Carmen Agustin-Pavón2, Fernando Martínez-García 2

1 Laboratorio Deneuroanatomia Funcional Comparada, UVEG.

2 Unitat Predepartamental de Medicina, UJI.

ID 78

Outbreak and eradication of zoonotic Ornythonissus bacoti: report in a European animal facility.

Brito-Casillas Y1,2, Díaz-Sarmiento M3,4, García-Arencibia M3, C. Carranza1,5, Molina-Cimedavilla Mj6, Wiebe Jc 1,2, Mateos-Díaz C 1, Martín-Barrasa Jl7,8, Zumbado M1,9, González-Pérez J10, López F4, Mirecki-Garrido M1, Castrillo A3, 4, Wägner Am1, 2.

1 Instituto Universitario de Investigación Biomédica y Sanitaria de la Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (IUIBS-ULPGC).

2 Sección de Endocrinología, Complejo Hospitalario Universitario Insular Materno Infantil de Gran Canaria (CHUIMI).

3 Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas Alberto Sols de Madrid, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).

4 Unidad Asociada de Biomedicina ULPGC-IUIBS.

5 Infectious Diseases And Tropical Medicine Unit, CHUIMI.

6 Animal Facility Unit, RMG-SEA Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante, Universidad Miguel Hernández, CSIC.

7 Experimental Animal Service, Research Unit, Universitary Hospital of Gran Canaria, Dr. Negrín Multidisciplinary.

8 Infectious Diseases and Fish Pathology. Universitary Institute of Animal Health and Food Safety, ULPGC.

9 Toxicology Unit, Department of Clinical Sciences, ULPGC.

1 0 Facultad de Veterinaria, ULPGC

ID 89

Why are many research with mice not extrapolated to human?. Importance of the circadian cycle, feeding and intestinal microbiota.

Juan Martín-Caballero, Carol Zamora, Rebeca Sánchez, Manuel García y Josep Moreno.

PCB-PRBB. Animal Facility Alliance.

ID 94

Histopathologycal Findings in Transgenic Mice Housed in SPF Conditions.

Ester Blasco1, Pedro José Otaegui2, Rosa M Rabanal1.

1 Unitat de Patologia Murina i Comparada – Departament de Medicina i Cirurgia Animal, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

2 Servei D’estabulari, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

ID 102

Spontaneous psoriasis in a Minipig: a case report.

Eva Cepeda, Marina Ferrer, Sandra Barbosa, Patri Vergara.

Servei Integral de L’animal de Laboratori, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain.

ID 126

Agreemente between Mixed Mycoplasma pulmonis plus M. artthritidis Antigen ELISA and M. pulmonis serum Immunoblotting.

Mariana Thomaz de Oliveira E Silva1, Jenif Braga de Souza2, Samara Gomes de Brito1, Ana Beatriz Pinheiro Alves1, Verónica Amaral1, Elmiro Rosendo do Nascimento1, María Lúcia Barreto1.

1 Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF)

2 Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (FIOCR)

ID 129

Environmental temperature differences between day and night improves sleep/wake circadian rhythm in rats.

Mirat P1, Bravo R2, Rivas AM2, Rodríguez AB2, Barriga C2, Reyes M1

1 Experimental Animal Centre. University of Extremadura. Badajoz (Spain)

2 Chrononutrition Laboratory. Department of Physiology. Faculty of Science. University of Extremadura. Badajoz.

ID 134

Obstructive proteinaceous bladder plugs may impair urinary and/or sexual rat male function.

  1. Canadas1, H. Carvalho2, S. Gonçalves-Monteiro3 and M. Duarte-Araújo3.

1 Department of Pathology and Molecular Immunology, Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salazar, University of Porto (ICBAS-UP), Portugal.

2 Cedivet, Portugal.

3 -Biotério ICBAS-UP, Portugal.[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Animal models»][vc_column_text]ID 22

Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the follow up of melanocytic tumors treated with hMSC and radiotherapy.

Nieto A1, Farías V de A2, López-Peñalver JJ1, Fernández A1, Tassi M1, Santos AM1, O`Valle F3, Ruiz de Almodóvar JM2.

1 Centro de Instrumentación Científica.

2 Centro de Investigaciones Biomédicas.

3 Departamento de Patología. Universidad de Granada.

ID 27

Asymmetric dimethylarginine increased in left ventricle of spontaneously hypertensive rats.

David Muñoz Valverde (Gabinete Veterinario UAM), Carmen Fernández Criado (GV UAM),

María Jesús Delgado Martos (IIS Gregorio Marañón), Begoña Quintana Villamandos (Dpto. Anestesia H. Gregorio Marañón), Emilio Delgado Baeza (IIS Gregorio Marañón).

ID 36

Lung metastasis in exercised model of mnu-induced mammary cancer in rats

Antonieta Alvarado1,2, Ana Faustino-Rocha2, Rui Gil Da Costa3,4, Carlos Lopes4, Rita Ferreira5, Bruno Colaço 2,6, Paula A. Oliveira 2,6.

1 UCLA.

2 CITAB.

3 LEPABE.

4 CI-IPOP

5 QOPNA

6 UTAD

ID 38

Inflammation in healthy animals and animals with mammary cancer: effects of lifelong exercise training.

Faustino-Rocha AI (CITAB, UTAD), Gama A (CECAV, UTAD), Oliveira PA (CITAB, UTAD), Ferreira R (QOPNA, UA), Ginja M (CITAB, UTAD)

ID 39

Tumors’ size as a humane endpoint in an assay of mammary carcinogenesis.

Faustino-Rocha AI (CITAB, UTAD), Gama A (CECAV, UTAD), Oliveira PA (CITAB, UTAD), Arantes R (CITAB, UTAD), Ferreira R (QOPNA, UA), Ginja M (CITAB, UTAD).

ID 60

Contribution of Xenopus model to a better understanding of cardiac outflow tract.

Torres-Prioris A.1, Smith S.J.2, Mohun T.J.2, Fernández B.1, Durán A.C.1.

1 Department of Animal Biology, Faculty of Science, And Biomedical Research Institute of Málaga (IBIMA), University of Málaga, Spain.

2 Developmental Biology Division, The Francis Crick.

ID 61

Effect of hyperlipidic diets on normal and abnormal aortic valves in the Syrian hamster: a preliminary study.

Fernández M.C.1,2, Moncayo-Arlandi J.1, Soto M.T.1, López-Unzu M.A.1, Fernández B.1,2, Durán A.C.1,2 .

1 Department of Animal Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Málaga, Spain.

2 Biomedical Research Institute of Málaga (IBIMA), University of Málaga, Spain.

ID 63

Incidence and type of bicuspid aortic valve in two model species.

Fernández M.C.1,2, López-García A.1,2, Soto M.T.1, Durán A.C.1,2, Fernández B.1,2

1 Department of Animal Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Málaga, Spain.

2 Biomedical Research Institute of Málaga (IBIMA), University of Málaga, Spain.

ID 64

Different laboratory mouse strains show distinct coronary artery patterns.

Fernández M.C.1,2, López-García A.1,2, Lorenzale M.1, Sans-Coma V.1,2, Durán A.C.1,2, Fernández B.1,2

1 Department of Animal Biology, Faculty Of Science, University of Málaga, Spain.

2 Biomedical Research Institute of Málaga (Ibima), University of Málaga, Spain.

ID 74

Rodent models of urinary bladder cancer.

Arantes-Rodrigues R1, Faustino-Rocha AI1, Antunes L1, Oliveira PA1

1 Centre for Research and Technology of Agro-Environment and Biological Sciences (CITAB), UTAD, Vila Real, Portugal.

ID 84

Improvement of implantation rates on mouse embryos obtained by in vitro fecundation by media supplementation.

Hernández N., Matilla E., Tobajas C., Mijares J., Álvarez I.S

Jesus Uson Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre.

ID 85

Effects of cryo-storage time comparing open and close system in mouse model.

Matilla E., Hernández N., Mijares J., Sánchez-Margallo F.M., Álvarez I.A

Jesus Uson Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre.

ID 87

Successfully artificial insemination in sheep after uterus transplant.

Matilla E., Hernández N., Mijares J., Abellán E., Moreno B., Domínguez J.A., Álvarez I.S., Sánchez Margallo F.M

Jesus Uson Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre.

ID 93

Phenotypic characterization of spontaneous mutant mouse tremor using behavioral tests.

García Gomes, M.S.A.1, Manes, M.1, Bernardi, M.M.2, Massironi, S.M.G.1, Mori, C.M.C.1

1 University of São Paulo, Brazil.

2 University Paulista, Brazil.

ID 95

Behavior phenotyping of the mutant mouse equilibrium induced by ENU

Manes, M.1, Garcia Gomes, M.S.A.1, Bernardi, M.M.2, Massironi, S.M.G.1, Mori, C.M.C.1

1 University of São Paulo, Brazil.

2 University Paulista, Brazil.

ID 114

Characterization of the recessive mutation ‘‘bate palmas’’ in mouse induced by the chemical mutagenic agent enu as a potential model for study the kabuki syndrome.

Oliveira, N.S.1, García Gomes, M.S.A.1, Manes, M.1, Bernardi, M.M.2, Massironi, S.M.G.1, Mori, C.M.C.1

1 University of São Paulo, Brazil. 2 University Paulista, Brazil.

ID 125

Animal model for studying regenerative maturation and permeability of vascular grafts from porcine intestinal submucosa (SIS) vascular access for hemodialysis.

Valencia Tatiana Karen Rivero1, Sergio David Galvis2, Guillermo Ruiz Arturo2, Sandoval Néstor3, Jaime Camacho3, Juan Briceno Carlos1,4.

1 Department of Biomedical Engineering, Universidad de los andes – Bogotá, Colombia.

2 Investigative Anestcol SAS Group – Bogota, Colombia.

3 Surgical Department – Fundación Cardioinfatil.

4 Fundación Cardioinfantil – Research Department, Bogotá, Colombia.

ID 138

SPECIPIG® Model.

Jaume Amat/Elisabeth Izquierdo

ID 141

Validation of the sheep as animal model for thoracoscopic surgery training.

  1. Enciso, I. Díaz-Güemes Martín-Portugués, M.M. Pérez-López, F.J. Pérez-Duarte, B. Moreno-Naranjo, L. Correa-Martín, F.M. Sánchez-Margallo.

Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre Jesús Usón, Cáceres, Spain.

ID 145

Chronic spinal cord injury animal model.

  1. Bisbal1,2, A. Alastrue2, E. Lopez2, V. Moreno-Manzano2

1 Animal Facility. Centro Investigación Príncipe Felipe, Valencia, Spain.

2 Neural Regeneration Laboratory. Centro De Investigación Príncipe Felipe, Valencia, Spain.

ID 146

Assessment of porcine model for the laparoscopic liver surgery training.

Fernández-Tomé B, Enciso S, Pérez MM, Sánchez-Margallo FM, Díaz-Güemes Martín Portugués I.

Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre Jesús Usón, Cáceres, Spain.

ID 147

Benefits of creating ureteral obstruction swine model through minilaparoscopyversus laparoscopy for training on laparoscopic pyeloplasty.

Fernández-Tomé B, Hermoso J, Pérez MM, Sánchez-Margallo FM, Díaz-Güemes Martín-Portugués I.

Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre Jesús Usón, Cáceres, Spain.

ID 151

An experimental spinal cord injury procedure in the rat: The experience of the National Hospital for Paraplegics of Toledo.

Enrique Páramo Rosel, Mónica Carballo Vila

Animalario Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos.

ID 153

Echographic, histological, microbiological and biochemical study in kidney during sepsis: Experimental rat model.

José Luis Martín-Barrasa1,2, Carmen Rosa Hernández-Socorro3, Ana Bordes-Benítez4, Raquel Rodríguez-González5, Aranzazu Anabitarte-Prieto6, Antonio. Losada-Cabrera7, Miguel A. Rodríguez -Dorta1.

1 Experimental Animal Service, Research Unit, Universitary Hospital of Gran Canaria, Dr. Negrín, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. España.

2 Infectious Diseases and Fish Pathology. Universitary Institute of Animal Health and Food Safety. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Arucas. Las Palmas.

3 Servicio de Radiodiagnóstico Hospital Universitario Dr. Negrín, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, España.

4 Servicio de Microbiología Hospital Universitario Dr. Negrín, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, España.

5 Dpto. de Enfermería, Fac. de Enfermería , Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. España.

6 Coordinación de Trasplante del Hospital Universitario Dr. Negrín, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, España.

7 Servicio de Análisis Clínico Hospital Universitario Dr. Negrín, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, España.

ID 155

Stanniocalcin 2 silencing affects glycemia in C57BL/6 mice.

Tarancón Rubio MJ, Duran Luis M, López E, Reyes Panadero M, Rosado JA y Redondo PC

Universidad de Extremadura

ID 157

Use of minipig as a model to provide surgical rescue and emergency training.

  1. Ayala Soldado1; J. M. Poyato Galán2; A. Álvarez Macías2; J. Sancho Alcina2; C. Martínez Estepa2;   C. Álvarez Leiva2; Mª R. Moyano Salvago3

1 Service of Laboratory Animal Resources (U. Córdoba).

2 Emergency School SAMU S.A.

3 Pharmacology, Toxicology and Forensic Medicine (U. Córdoba)[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Genetically modified (GM) animals»][vc_column_text]ID 32

Designing, planning and executing a large scale In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and embryo cryopreservation program for the moving of a research group with their 24 mouse mutant strains.

Patricia Muñoz Robledano y Gonzalo Moreno del Val

Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante CSIC-UMH.

ID 82

Optimization of the balance between effort and yield in surgical transfer of mouse embryo.

Moreno, Manuel; Fontela, Tomás; González-Jara, Pablo.

Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas – CSIC. Madrid.

ID 90

Programming matings by means of spacers to optimize procurement of pseudopregnant females in mouse.

González-Jara, P.; Fontela, T.; López, E.; Del Olmo, D.; Díaz, P.; Moreno, M.

Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas – CSIC. Madrid.

ID 100

CRISPR technology impact on transgenesis core services and animal facilities.

  1. Pintado, V. Domínguez, M. García-Flores, A. Serrano.

Servicio Transgenesis CNB-CBMSO CSIC-UAM.

ID 116

Genetically modified rat and mouse models using CRISPR/Cas9 system at the UAT of CBATEG-UAB.

Ana Arbós, Sandra Turón, Miquel Garcia And Anna Pujol,

Transgenic Animal Unit (UAT), Center For Animal Biotechnology And Gene Therapy (CBATEG), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Anaesthesia, Analgesia and Surgery»][vc_column_text]ID 88

Dormant embryos in mice: choosing the best surgery.

Matilla E., Hernández N., Mijares J., Álvarez I.S

Jesus Uson Minimally Invasive Surgery Centre.

ID 91

Rabbit’s intramuscular implantation of a thread-like electronic device for electrical stimulation.

Jordi Grífols (Grivet Veterinary Services), Sara Capdevila (PCB-PRBB Animal Facility Alliance),

Juan Martín Caballero (PCB-PRBB Animal Facility Alliance), Laura Becerra-Fajardo (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) and Antoni Ivorra (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

ID 97

Changes in gastrointestinal hormones and leptin after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery in swine model of obesity.

Hernández Hurtado L1, Díaz-Güemes Martín-Portugués I1, De la Cruz Vigo JL2, Pérez López MM1, Sánchez Margallo FM1

1 Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón, Cáceres.

2 Clínica San Francisco, León.

ID 105

Automatically detect righting reflex loss and respiratory rate monitoring during induction of anaesthesia.

Correia R1, Pereira AM2,3, Valentim AM3, Azevedo C2, Silva E2, Gabriel J1, Antunes L2,3

1 IDMEC –FEUP, Porto.

2 CITAD / UTAD Vila Real.

3 IBMC, Porto.

4 LABORIAL, Maia, Portugal.

ID 119

Can different depths of anaesthesia influence recognition memory in mice?

Jorge Ferreira(1,2,3), Anna Olsson(2,3), Ana Valentim(2,3)

1 Departamento de Biologia, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade do Porto (UP)

2 Instituto de Biologia Molecular e Celular, UP

3 Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde, UP.

ID 121

New pneumoperitoneum neonatal animal Model.

  1. Miranda1,2; J. M. Pêgo1,2; J. Correia-Pinto1,2,3;

1 ICVS – University Of Minho, Braga, Portugal.

2 ICVS/3 B’S – PT Government Associate Laboratory, Portugal.

3 Department of Pediatric Surgery, Hospital de Braga, Portugal.

ID 140

Complication after laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass in a survival obese porcine model: clinical case.

Hernández Hurtado L1, Díaz-Güemes Martín-Portugués I1, De la Cruz Vigo JL2, Pérez López MM1,

Sánchez Margallo FM1

1 Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón, Cáceres.

2 Clínica San Francisco, León.

ID 143

Intraoperative nociception monitoring with a parasympathetic tone activity monitor: a pilot study in dogs.

Pedrosa López, S., Expósito García de la Mora, A., Aguado Domínguez, D., Cediel Algovia, R., Canfran Arrabé, S., Álvarez Gómez de Segura, I

Servicio de Anestesiología. Facultad de Veterinaria. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

ID 149

Electrocardiographic changes in anesthetized rats under spontaneus breathing (21% O2): Medetomidine-Ketamine, Diazepam-Ketamine, and Medetomidine- Fentanyl.

José Luis Martín-Barrasa1,2,3, Raquel Rodríguez-González4,5,6, Ángela Ramos-Nuez3,5, Miguel Ángel García-Bello7 and Jesús Villar3,5,8.

1 Experimental Animal Service, Research Unit, Universitary Hospital of Gran Canaria, Dr. Negrín, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. España.

2 Infectious Diseases and Fish Pathology. Universitary Institute of Animal Health and Food Safety. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Arucas. Las Palmas.

3 Multidisciplinary Organ Dysfunction Evaluation Research Network, Research Unit, Hospital Universitario Dr. Negrín, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain España.

4 Dpto Enfermería, Fac de Enfermería, Univ de Santiago de Compostela.

5 CIBER de Enfermedades Respiratorias, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain.

6 Critical Patient Translational Research Group, Department of Anesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Management, Hospital Clínico Universitario, Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria, University of Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

7 Research Unit, Hospital Universitario Dr. Negrín, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.

8 Keenan Research Center for Biomedical Science, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, Canada.[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Implementation of the 3Rs»][vc_column_text]ID 18

Importing genetically modified mice by refrigerated epididymis transportation. Concerns and solutions.

Gonzalo Moreno del Val y Patricia Muñoz Robledano.

Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante CSIC-UMH

ID 41

The impact of a Cryopreservation laboratory in the reduction of the animals used in a biomedical research institution.

Gonzalo Moreno del Val y Patricia Muñoz Robledano.

Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante CSIC-UMH

ID 50

Refining the paw edema test in rats: no pain, more gain.

K.M. Monteiro (Faculty of Medical Sciences, UNICAMP); M.C.M. Matias (UNICAMP); R. Grando (UNICAMP); A.L.T.G. Ruiz (UNICAMP); P.N.D. Sálvia (UNICAMP); M.A. Foglio (UNICAMP); H.M. Spindola (UNICAMP); J.E. Carvalho (UNICAMP).

ID 69

The use of PinportTM in cannulated rats.

Violeta Solís, John Sparrowe, Magdalena Jiménez, Julia Sánchez, Ángeles Talavante, Cristina Muñoz

y Antonio Martínez

Glaxosmithkline R&D. Diseases of the Developing World Drug Discovery Center. Laboratory Animal Sciences Department.

ID 70

Assessment of different heat sources for blood sampling in mice.

Magdalena Jiménez, Violeta Solís, Cristina Muñoz, John Sparrowe, Julia Sánchez, Isabel Camino, Rafael García y Antonio Martínez.

Laboratory Animal Sciences, Diseases of the Developing World Drug Discovery Center. Glaxosmithkline R&D. Tres Cantos, Madrid, España.

ID 117

Blood sampling from the gingival plexus in guinea pigs and hamsters.

Rodrigues MV, Castro SO, Mattaraia VGM.

Santoro Ml Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil.

ID 122

Zebrafish (Danio rerio) as an important vertebrate model for the study of ketamine NMDA receptors-dependent toxicity and implementation of the 3R’s policy.

Cindy Serafim – UTAD; Luis Felix – UTAD AND IBMC; Luis Antunes – CITAB and UTAD; Manuela Matos – IBB, CGB and UTAD; Ana M. Coimbra – CITAB and UTAD.

ID 124

The use of oxidative stress biomarkers for the study of ketamine-induced toxicity in zebrafish embryos.

Ana Vidal – UTAD; Luis Felix – UTAD and IBMC; Luis Antunes – CITAB and UTAD; Ana M Coimbra – CITAB and UTAD; Sandra M Monteiro – CITAB and UTAD.

ID 133

Clinical simulation as an instrument for the replacement of the animal model in the field of medical and surgical teaching.

  1. Sicilia1; C. Pérez2; J. Aguirrezabalaga2,3; E. López1; S. Blanco2; M. Rios1; A. Centeno2 .

1 Fundación Profesor Novoa Santos.

2 Centro Tecnológico de Formación-UCEX-CHUAC.

3 Servicio de Cirugía General CHUAC.

ID 150

Protocol for obtaining neonates C57BL / 6 and C57BL / 6 N9 Cort – / – KO. Implementation of the 3Rs.

Sánchez C, Huertas J, Ruiz B, Ferrer F, Mariño B, Forte I, Caro M, González-Rey E.

IPB López Neyra (CSIC)

ID 152

Refinement in the development of heart regenerative mouse models: Handling and analgesia techniques application to assess P1-Neonate survival.

Domínguez, Lorena1,2*; Serrano, Rosa3*; Sánchez, Iria1,2*; Garrido, Eva1,2; De la Cueva, Mercedes1,2;

García, Virginia1,2; Montoya, Frank1,2; Cabezuela, Laura1,2; Gancedo, Gonzalo1,2; de Molina, Antonio1; De la Cueva, Teresa2; Rodríguez, Santiago1,2; Mota, Rubén1,2

*equalcontribution

1 Unidad de Medicina Comparada, Fundación Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares, Madrid, España.

2 Charles River Laboratories, Barcelona, España.

3 Fundación Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncológicas, Madrid, España.

ID 158

Phage display technology as an alternative to replace mouse hybridoma technology in the production of monoclonal antibodies aimed to detect tree nuts in foodstuffs.

  1. de la Cruz*, R. Madrid*, A. García*, I. M. López-Calleja*, M. Alcocer**, I. González*, R. Martín*,          T. García*

(*)Departamento de Nutrición, Bromatología y Tecnología de los Alimentos. Facultad de Veterinaria, UCM.

(**)Department of Nutritional Sciences, School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham.

ID 159

Tolerability study in mice: early triage of compounds in vivo.

Isabel Camino, Ángeles Talavante,

Diseases of the Developing World Drug Discovery Center. GlaxoSmithKline R&D.[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Design and management of animal facilities»][vc_column_text]ID 34

Sanitation of water bottles with treatment. How can be sure?

Isabel Blanco Gutiérrez / Flor Díaz Alcalá / Gema Luque Díez / Sonia Martínez González

VIVOTECNIA-CNIO

ID 80

Cork – an interesting bedding material for laboratory rodents.

  1. Duarte-Araújo1, N. Lima1, C. Sousa1, A. Rodrigues2, S. Silva3 and B. Oliveira1

1 Biotério ICBAS-Up, Portugal.

2 Vimatechlab, Portugal.

3 -Amorim Cork Ventures, Portugal.

ID 123

In case of disaster do not manipule the mice.

Ángel Naranjo (CNB-CSIC), Antonio Morales (CNB-VIVOTECNIA), Ivan Jareño (CNB-VIVOTECNIA),

Raquel Castañera (CNB-VIVOTECNIA), Sergio Magallón (CNB-VIVOTECNIA), Ana Nieto (ANAPATH).

ID 127

Utilization of wastes produced in the nucleus of laboratory animals-Uff/Brazil: Organic compost production

Tarcisio Rangel Do Couto1; Renato De Souza Abboud1; Sumaya Mário Nosoline1; Cristina Barbosa Da Silva1; María Lucia Barreto,

1 Universidade Federal Fluminense.

ID 144

New poultry cages designed for egg performance monitoring

Tura Bru, Rut Vila, Balta Colomer, Santi Juanola, Helena Paradell

Zoetis Manufacturing & Research Spain.[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Ocupational Health and safety»][vc_column_text] ID 26

Dust measurement at rodent facility.

J.A. Moreno1,2*, E. Garrido1, M. Collado2, J. Pairada2, N. Moix2, A. Ardèvol2, C. Piñol3

1 Department of Animal Production. University of Lleida-Agrotecnio Center, Lleida, Spain.

2 Scientific and Technical Services, University of Lleida, Lleida, Spain.

3 Department of Medicine, University of Lleida, Spain.

ID 59

The profesional risk of the animal facilities at the University of Extremadura.

María Pilar Sánchez Guijarro, María Avelina Rubio Garlito, María Luisa Niso Hurtado, Antonio J. Moreno Gómez

Servicio Prevención. Universidad Extremadura.

ID 62

Emergency plan for the animal facilities at the University of Extremadura.

María Pilar Sánchez Guijarro, María Avelina Rubio Garlito, María Luisa Niso Hurtado, Antonio J. Moreno Gómez

Servicio Prevención Universidad de Extremadura.

ID 76

How do we move in the animal facility? Ergonomic analysis for caretakers and animal technicians. working in an SPF rodent facility.

Sara Capdevila Larripa (PRBB), Teresa de la Cueva ( CHARLES RIVER), Nuria Monje (FREMAP), Pep Moreno (PRBB), Lourdes Luque (PRBB), Juan Martín Caballero (PRBB).

ID 103

Preliminary study of ergonomic and functional enhancements in benches for pathology.

Pereira AM1, Tavares R1, Azevedo C2, Silva E2, Barros A2, Antunes LA1, Pinto ML1

1 CITAD / UTAD Vila Real, Portugal.

2 Laborial, Maia, Portugal.[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][vc_accordion_tab title=»Education and training in Laboratory Animal Sciences»][vc_column_text]ID 24

Competency assessment: who assesses the assessor? a practical case study.

Charles River

ID 99

Interactive computer teaching resource pharmacokinetic and toxicokinetic as a methodological alternative to the use of experimental animals.

J Serrano-Rodríguez, A Lora, A Molina, N Ayala, R Moyano, J Serrano-Caballero.

Dpt. Pharmacology, Toxicology and Legal And Forensic Medicine. University of Córdoba.

ID 111

The emerging use of e-learning in laboratory animal science field – an exploratory evaluation study.

Andreia Costa 1,2; Ana Costa3; Anna Olsson1,2.

1 Instituto de Investigação e Inovação Em Saúde, UP.

2 Instituto de Biologia Molecular e Celular, UP.

3 Faculdade de Psicologia e de Ciências da Educação, UP.[/vc_column_text][/vc_accordion_tab][/vc_accordion][/vc_column][vc_column width=»1/3″][vc_single_image image=»2390″ img_size=»medium» alignment=»center»][vc_empty_space height=»16 px»][vc_column_text]

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