Un modèle animal est un animal non humain ayant une affection similaire à une affection humaine et servant de modèle pour l'étude de cette affection.

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  • Un modèle animal est un animal non humain ayant une affection similaire à une affection humaine et servant de modèle pour l'étude de cette affection. L'American National Research Council Committee on Animal Models for Research and Aging propose la définition suivante : « En recherche biomédicale, un modèle animal est un modèle permettant l'étude de données de référence sur la biologie ou le comportement, ou chez lequel on peut étudier un processus pathologique spontané ou induit, celui-ci ayant un ou plusieurs aspects communs avec un phénomène équivalent chez l'humain ou d'autres espèces animales. »
  • Um modelo animal ou animal modelo é um animal não-humano, vivo, usado durante a pesquisa e investigação de doença humana, com o propósito de entender melhor a doença sem o risco adicional de causar danos a um ser humano de verdade durante o processo. O animal escolhido usualmente encontrará uma equivalência taxonômica, para reagir à doença ou seu tratamento de uma maneira que se assemelha à fisiologia humana como necessário. Muitas drogas, tratamentos e curas para doenças humanas foram desenvolvidas com o uso de modelos animais. Modelos animais representando grupos taxonômicos específicos na pesquisa e estudo de developmental processes são também referidos como organismos modelo== Referências ==
  • An animal model is a living, non-human animal used during the research and investigation of human disease, for the purpose of better understanding the disease process without the added risk of harming an actual human. The animal chosen will usually meet a determined taxonomic equivalency to humans, so as to react to disease or its treatment in a way that resembles human physiology as needed. Many drugs, treatments and cures for human diseases have been developed with the use of animal models. Animal models representing specific taxonomic groups in the research and study of developmental processes are also referred to as model organisms. There are three main types of animal models: Homologous, Isomorphic and Predictive.Homologous animals have the same causes, symptoms and treatment options as would humans who have the same disease.Isomorphic animals share the same symptoms and treatments, only.Predictive models are similar to a particular human disease in only a couple of aspects. However, these are useful in isolating and making predictions about mechanisms of a set of disease features.
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  • Un modèle animal est un animal non humain ayant une affection similaire à une affection humaine et servant de modèle pour l'étude de cette affection.
  • Um modelo animal ou animal modelo é um animal não-humano, vivo, usado durante a pesquisa e investigação de doença humana, com o propósito de entender melhor a doença sem o risco adicional de causar danos a um ser humano de verdade durante o processo. O animal escolhido usualmente encontrará uma equivalência taxonômica, para reagir à doença ou seu tratamento de uma maneira que se assemelha à fisiologia humana como necessário.
  • An animal model is a living, non-human animal used during the research and investigation of human disease, for the purpose of better understanding the disease process without the added risk of harming an actual human. The animal chosen will usually meet a determined taxonomic equivalency to humans, so as to react to disease or its treatment in a way that resembles human physiology as needed. Many drugs, treatments and cures for human diseases have been developed with the use of animal models.
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  • Modèle animal
  • Animal model
  • Modelo animal
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