University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Timothy D. Mandrell, Department of Comparative Medicine

I have 4 of these racks in place and have designed a new cancer center animal facility to include these racks. When that facility is operational, I should have about 20 of these racks in place. I agree with all of the points that Eva made. This type of caging system is cost efficient, quiet, efficient, and effective. I understand that the NIAID Rocky Mountain Lab uses these racks as well. I'm very interested in exploring their use for ABSL3.