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Update Date: [2013-11-14]
No.:45

Reporton.
AHRI report No.45
Topic
Development of Environment Quality Monitoring Tests in Animal House Used for Genetically Modified Organisms Product
Department
Animal Drugs Inspection Branch, Animal Health Research Institute, Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan
Author
CH Lee*, CC Chang, HP Lin, PY Chen, CC Chang, SR Yeh, RS Chen
Summary
Animal house for veterinary genetically modified organism (GMO) product was established in 2005 at Animal Drugs Inspection Branch, Animal Health Research Institute, which is a biosecurity level 3 animal experiment facility. The main purpose of this project is to offer an adequate facility for GMO product field tests.For animal welfare and secure circumstance and enhancing the accuracy and reliability of these trials, we have established standard operation procedures (SOPs) for quality control of experimental environment. The SOPs to allow the monitoring of air quality (settle plate, dust test, air-exchange efficiency, pressure test, air flow and velocity test), noise, light, temperature, humidity, ammonia concentration and drinking water.
Keyword
Field test, Genetically modified organism (GMO), Quality management