nonanimal

nonanimal

(ˌnɒnˈænɪməl)
adj
not related to or using animals
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Martha Nussbaum argues that "disgust embodies a shrinking from contamination that is associated with the human desire to be nonanimal...
Development of automated computational methods to deeply exploit this rich and dynamic data landscape to establish predictive nonanimal toxicity models is needed.
Finally, transmission of Salmonella from a zoonotic source to a nonanimal food vehicle is possible.
Determining epidermal dispositions kinetics for use in an integrated nonanimal approach to skin sensitization risk assessment.
According to Griffiths, demands for animal testing by REACH and the European Chemical Agency on many of the products that Innospec has used for many years in the personal care industry is a concern as the company tries to balance the regulatory requirements of the industry against the consumer demands for nonanimal testing, vegan claims and more.
EDWARDS PC, FANTASIA JE Review of long-term adverse effects associated with the use of chemically modified animal and nonanimal source hyaluronic acid dermal fillers.
Mice are not miniature humans, so researchers should stop hurting and killing innocent animals and concentrate on nonanimal based research.
But they are just cats some would say, especially nonanimal lovers.
They are calling on Cardiff University to scrap its methods "and move forward into humane, nonanimal research".
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Pliner, "Human food choices: an examination of the factors underlying acceptance/rejection of novel and familiar animal and nonanimal foods," Appetite, vol.