AT ABR, WE’RE COMMITTED TO INTEGRATING CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGIES TO OPTIMISE OUR OPERATIONS
To ensure a clean and safe environment for both our staff and mice, we utilise biobubble technology here at ABR. These biobubbles play a crucial role in maintaining exceptional cleanliness standards. They utilize HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filtration to continuously filter the air, effectively eliminating dust particles that may harbor disease-causing microorganisms.
Mice are housed in IVC (Individually Ventilated Cage) racks with each cage separately ventilated, minimising the risk of cross contamination. The main animal pavilion holds 11 biobubbles.
All material that comes into contact with the mice, including feed and water, undergo sterilization or disinfection processes. Our dedicated staff follow stringent protocols, wearing clean hospital scrubs, facility boots, hair nets, gloves, and sterilized coats while working with the animals.
Biosecurity: Approved Arrangement
The quarantine rooms have HEPA filtered inlet and exhaust air, and the mice in the quarantine rooms are housed in IVC (Individually Ventilated Cage) racks.