Accession Number : ADA112897

Title :   Mammalian Toxicology Testing: Problem Definition Study. Equipment Plan.

Descriptive Note : Supporting Document for 15 Dec 80-5 Apr 81,

Corporate Author : LIFE SYSTEMS INC CLEVELAND OH

Personal Author(s) : Wynveen,R A ; Alban,R V ; Schiefer,G E

PDF Url : ADA112897

Report Date : Mar 1981

Pagination or Media Count : 55

Abstract : Plans for the identification, acquiring and installation of the scientific and nonscientific equipment required of an Applied Mammalian Toxicology/Research Facility are summarized in this report. The equipment needs were subdivided into 63 different modules reflecting some portion of a Mammalian Toxicology Facility. The needs included debugging through continuing routine testing operations for ten years. Three phases were identified; the time prior to turning over the Facility to the operational team, the first five years of operational testing, and the second five years of operational testing. (Author)

Descriptors :   *Toxicology, *Army research, *Test equipment, *Laboratory equipment, Army facilities, Mammals, Requirements, Identification, Installation, Acquisition

Subject Categories : Toxicology

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE