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list some rat eplipsy models
1) GAERS rat: genetic absence eplipesy rat
2) GEPR 3 and 9 rats, genetically epilepsy prone rat 9 more severe than 3
immunodeficiency viruses are in what family?
what are anabolic steroids classified as by the DEA?
who must qualify researchers and approve protocols using Schedule 1 substances?
how long should records be retained for a GLP study that was submitted to the FDA
2 years following approval or 5 years following submisstion
how long should records be retained for a GLP study that was not submitted to the FDA?
2 years from the date the study was completed, discontinued or terminated
what does CITES stand for
convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora
CITES appendix I classification description
species threatened with extinction
CITES appendix II classification description
species not necessarily threatened with extinction, but in which trade must be controlled in order to avoid utilization incompatible with their survival
CITES appendix III classification description
species that are protected in at least one country
what is required to acquire a CITES appendix 1 animal
import and export permits
what is required to acquire a CITES appendix 2 animal?
what is required to acquire a CITES appendix 3 animal from a protected country?
what is required to acquire a CITES appendix 3 animal from a non-protected country?
certificate of origin
what form is required to register with the DEA
what form is required to order schedule 1-2 controlled substances?
how long must physical records pertaining to controlled substances be retained?
how often must inventories of controlled substances be performed?
every 2 years
what must a controlled substance inventory contain
date on which inventory was conducted,
names of the controlled substances,
dosage units and types
number of dosage units
number of commercial containers
record of disposition
define schedule 1 controlled substances
have a high potential for abuse, have no currently accepted medical use, lack of accepted safety for use of the drug or other substance under medical supervision
define schedule 2 controlled substances
high potential for abuse which may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence
define schedule 3 controlled substances
potential for abuse less than substances in schedules 1 and II and abuse may lead to moderate or low physical dependence or high psychological dependence
define schedule 4 controlled substances
low potential for abuse and may lead to limited physical dependence or psychological dependence
define schedule 5 controlled substances
low potential for abuse and consist primarialy of preparations containing limited quantities of certain narcotics
pentabarbital is what schedule
II, (III if has phenytoin)
morphine is what schedule
medatomidine is what schedule
midazolam is what schedule
thiopental is what schedule?