The Korea National Primate Research Center, which opened on November 6th, 2018, at a cost of 18,500,000,000 Korean won (approx. $16.3 million,) can accommodate up to 3,000 macaques so as to keep a large quantity of Specific Pathogen Free (SPF) primate resources.
Category: Animal Testing
In Korea, primates are used more than before because they are the most similar animal to humans, although the use of primates has been decreased in western countries due to its immorality. The film, ‘Rise of the planet of the apes’, is about primates, which are used to develop Alzheimer’s disease treatment, raising a rebellion. […]
Mice or rats are sociable and smart that can be a good lifetime companion. They continuously clean their body, like to play and also are friendly. They are a mammal that has a similar nervous system to human which means that they can feel pain, loneliness and happiness. However, unfortunately over one hundred million mouse […]