Corrections and Clarifications


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Science  16 Dec 1988:
Vol. 242, Issue 4885, pp. 1494
DOI: 10.1126/science.1494-c


The proportion of dogs among animals used in research was incorrectly reported in Constance Holden's article "Billion dollar price tag for new animal rules" (News & Comment, 4 Nov., p. 662). Dogs make up about 1% of research animals, according to the Office of Technology Assessment. Primates make up about 0.05%.

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