- the tissue in the bodies of animals
- animal-tissue waste
- Connective Tissue Extract is an extract of animal connective tissue
- Accumulation of cadmium in animal tissue is function of dietary concentration and duration of exposure.
- Animal tissue and organs are used for the development of in vitro methods.
- Heart Hydrolysate is the hydrolisate of animal heart tissue derived by acid, enzyme or other methods of hydrolysis
- If materials of animal origin are used for preparation of these culture media, the animal species and the tissue used have to be included.
- A corrosive substance is a substance that produces destruction of skin tissue, namely, visible necrosis through the epidermis and into the dermis, in at least 1 tested animal after exposure up to a 4 hour duration.
- In establishing maximum residue limits for residues of veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal origin, it is necessary to specify the animal species in which residues may be present, the relevant food obtained from the treated animal (‘target tissue’) as well as the nature of the residue that is relevant for the monitoring of residues (‘marker residue’).
- Council Directive 96/23/EC of 29 April 1996 on measures to monitor certain substances and residues thereof in live animals and animal products  provides that the production process of animals and primary products of animal origin is to be monitored for the purpose of detecting the presence of certain residues and substances in live animals, their excrements and body fluids and in tissue, animal products, animal feed and drinking water.
- The classification system for substances involves a tiered testing and evaluation scheme, combining pre-existing information on serious ocular tissue damage and on eye irritation (including data relating to historical human or animal experience) as well as considerations on (Q)SAR and the output of validated in vitro tests in order to avoid unnecessary animal testing.
- In establishing maximum residue limits for residues of veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal origin, it is necessary to specify the animal species in which residues may be present, the levels which may be present in each of the relevant meat tissues obtained from the treated animal (target tissue) and the nature of the residue which is relevant for the monitoring of residues (marker residue).
- the animals from which the products of bovine, ovine and caprine animal origin destined for export were derived have not been slaughtered after stunning by means of gas injected into the cranial cavity or killed by the same method or slaughtered by laceration after stunning of central nervous tissue by means of an elongated rod-shaped instrument introduced into the cranial cavity;
- A batch process is used with a prolonged residence time for the animal by-products of around 24hrs. The source of heat is a secondary chamber fired by natural gas, which is underneath the primary chamber (in which the tissue to be processed is placed).
- Products of animal origin imported from a third country with a controlled or undetermined BSE risk shall come from healthy bovine, ovine and caprine animals which have not been subjected to a laceration of the central nervous tissue or gas injection into the cranial cavity as referred to in Article 8(3).
- Where, for the purposes of Articles 54, 62(1) or 63(1), a competent authority considers it necessary to establish the ancestry of an animal through the analysis of blood or other tissue, such analysis or the necessary samples shall be made available in a manner established by that authority.