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Animals in Research: Searching Alternatives : Databases

Duke Databases

You are required to search at least TWO relevant databases. 

Below are the most commonly used databases for animal researchers. Use the 'Get it @ Duke' link to see if Duke has full text access to articles via institutional subscriptions. Let us know if you have questions!

AWIC Training

In 2014, AWIC trainers visited Duke and held several training sessions on Meeting the Information Requirements of the Animal Welfare Act.

Slides from the training are available here.  A set of additional slides are available here.

Freely Available Databases

These databases are freely available and most are specifically designed for searching for animal alternatives.