Many mice will attempt to bite when restrained, so a careful approach is necessary. For many years, the technique taught in most facilities has been to grasp the animal by the base of its tail, and lift it clear of its cage. It can then be placed on a rough surface such as a piece of towelling, or allowed to rest on the sleeve of the handler’s laboratory coat.
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Updated on 12th May 2020