Nuno Henrique Franco
Nuno Henrique Franco
i3S - Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde, Universidade do Porto
Email confirmado em ibmc.up.pt - Página inicial
Título
Citado por
Citado por
Ano
Animal Experiments in Biomedical Research: A Historical Perspective
NH Franco
Animals 3 (1), 238-273, 2013
1572013
Scientists and the 3Rs: attitudes to animal use in biomedical research and the effect of mandatory training in laboratory animal science
NH Franco, IAS Olsson
Laboratory animals 48 (1), 50-60, 2014
682014
How “humane” is your endpoint?—Refining the science-driven approach for termination of animal studies of chronic infection
NH Franco, M Correia-Neves, IAS Olsson
PLoS Pathog 8 (1), e1002399, 2012
432012
The 3Rs Principle–Mind the Ethical Gap!
IAS Olsson, NH Franco, DM Weary, P Sandøe
362012
Animal welfare in studies on murine tuberculosis: assessing progress over a 12-year period and the need for further improvement
NH Franco, M Correia-Neves, IAS Olsson
PloS one 7 (10), e47723, 2012
292012
Children’s attitudes towards animals: evidence from the RODENTIA project
MJ Fonseca, NH Franco, F Brosseron, F Tavares, IAS Olsson, ...
Journal of biological education 45 (3), 121-128, 2011
272011
Classification and reporting of severity experienced by animals used in scientific procedures: FELASA/ECLAM/ESLAV Working Group report
D Smith, D Anderson, AD Degryse, C Bol, A Criado, A Ferrara, NH Franco, ...
Laboratory animals 52 (1_suppl), 5-57, 2018
232018
Researchers’ attitudes to the 3Rs—An upturned hierarchy?
NH Franco, P Sandøe, IAS Olsson
PloS one 13 (8), e0200895, 2018
212018
Welfare and quantity of life
NH Franco, M Magalhães-Sant’Ana, IAS Olsson
Dilemmas in animal welfare, 46-66, 2014
13*2014
Killing animals as a necessary evil? The case of animal research
NH Franco, IAS Olsson
112016
“How Sick Must Your Mouse Be?”—An Analysis of the Use of Animal Models in Huntington's Disease Research
NH Franco, IAS Olsson
Alternatives to Laboratory Animals 40 (5), 271-283, 2012
112012
A critical look at biomedical journals’ policies on animal research by use of a novel tool: The EXEMPLAR scale
AR Martins, NH Franco
Animals 5 (2), 315-331, 2015
102015
Eye, body or tail? Thermography as a measure of stress in mice
K Gjendal, NH Franco, JL Ottesen, DB Sørensen, IAS Olsson
Physiology & behavior 196, 135-143, 2018
82018
Is the ethical appraisal of protocols enough to ensure best practice in animal research?
NH Franco, IAS Olsson
Alternatives to laboratory animals: ATLA 41 (1), P5-7, 2013
82013
Harms to Animals – Can We Agree on How Best to Limit Them?
P Sandøe, NH Franco, TB Lund, DM Weary, IAS Olsson
ALTEX Proceedings 4 (1), 28-36, 2015
62015
ThermoLabAnimal–A high-throughput analysis software for non-invasive thermal assessment of laboratory mice
NH Franco, A Gerós, L Oliveira, IAS Olsson, P Aguiar
Physiology & behavior 207, 113-121, 2019
52019
Animal studies must be useful, says public
IAS Olsson, NH Franco
Nature 523 (7558), 35-35, 2015
42015
Trends in animal model preference for preclinical drug testing for type-2 diabetes and future directions
NH Franco, SFB Miranda, N Kovacs, A Nagy, FT Akinsolu, IAS Olsson, ...
BioRxiv, 2020
12020
Methodological standards, quality of reporting and regulatory compliance in animal research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: a systematic review
JG Fernandes, NH Franco, AJ Grierson, J Hultgren, AJW Furley, ...
BMJ Open Science 3 (1), e000016, 2019
12019
Bringing animal ethics teaching into the public domain: the Animalogos experience
IAS Olsson, NH Franco, M Magalhães-Sant’Ana
Climate change and sustainable development, 483-488, 2012
12012
O sistema não pode efectuar a operação agora. Tente novamente mais tarde.
Artigos 1–20