Experimental research at CTVS

Experimental research

Designing an animal experiment

The Experimental Design Assistant (EDA)

The Experimental Design Assistant (EDA) is a free online tool from the National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement & Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs).

Practical in relation to animal experiments


LAS.AU.DK is used to:

  • Order laboratory animals
  • Economics
  • Booking of rooms and equipment
  • Animal experiment administration

Permits for animal testing

Applying for a permit for use of laboratory animals in research

Animal welfare

Guidelines and legislation

ARRIVE guidelines

When referring to the ARRIVE guidelines 2.0 use:

  • Percie du Sert N., Hurst V., Ahluwalia A., Alam S., Avey M. T., Baker M., Browne W. J., Clark A., Cuthill I. C., Dirnagl U., Emerson M., Garner P., Holgate S. T., Howells D. W., Karp N. A., Lazic S. E., Lidster K., MacCallum C. J., Macleod M., Pearl E. J., Petersen O. H., Rawle F., Reynolds P., Rooney K., Sena E. S., Silberberg S. D., Steckler T., Würbel H. The ARRIVE guidelines 2.0: Updated 60 guidelines for reporting animal research. PLoS Biol 2020;18(7):e3000410. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000410

Use of images of laboratory animals

Replacement, Refinement og Reduction (the 3 R's)