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This report is reqiired by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can See reverse side for 

result in an order cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. additional information. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE T 1. REG»TRATK>N NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

! ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE I 84-F-0009 1214 


Interagency Import Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579<0036 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


|| 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
Indude Zip Code) 

DEPT. OF AIR FORCE 

DEPT. OF BIOLOGY 

AIR FORCE ACADEMY. CO 80840-5000 



I 


FACIIJTY (Ust all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 
\ 


FACIUTY LOCATtONSrsjtea 


U. S. AIR fOnCB ACADEMY 

AIR FORCE ACADEMY, CO 80840-6000 


A. 

Animi 

ByT 

Welfare 

Is Covisred 
ie Animal 
Regulations 

4. Dogs 


5. Cats 


1 

6. Guinea Piijs 

7. Hamsters 

— 

8. Rabbits 



9. Non-Humin Primates 


USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACIIJTY (Attach addkionai sheets f necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred. 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


10. Shee 


■ 11 l| 1 — 

D. Number of animals upon 

E. Number of animals upon which teaching. 

F. 

animals upon 

which experiments. 

experiments, research, surgery or tests were 

TOTAL NO. 

which teaching. 

teaching, research, 

conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 

research. 

surgery, or tests were 

to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 

OF ANIMALS 

experiments, or 

conducted involving 

anesthetic.analge8ic, or tranquilizing drugs would 


tests were 

accompanying pain or 

have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 

(Cols. C * 

conducted 

distress to the animals 

interpretation of the teaching, research. 

D + E) 

Involving no 

and for which appropriate 

experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 


pain, distress, or 

anesthetic, analgesic, or 

the procedures producing pain or distress in fhese 


use of pain* 

tranquilizing drugs were 

animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 


relieving drugs. 

used. 

must be attached to this report) 




1 1 

1 1 . Pigs 


12. Other Fanl 

r\ Animals 



1) Professicfoally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animais, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to. during, 
ing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or ejq>erimentation were follc^wed by this research facility. 


2) Each priijidpal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This fadny is cwthering to the standards and regulations under the Ad. and It has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
prindpai investigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions is attached to this annual report h 
addition to identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary indudes a brief explanation of the exce^ons, as well as the spedes and number of animals affode<l 

4) The atteiMing YSterinarian for this research fadlity has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
aspects OT animal care and use. 


! CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 

(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Reeponelble Institutional official) 

I certify that the above is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 21 43) 


SIGNATURE OF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL 


NAME & TITLE OF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type or Print) 


APHIS FOR* 7023 
(AUG 91) 



DATE SIGNED 

11/10/2006 


(Rtplacea VS FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which la obaoMe 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 






















This reportiis required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
result in arj order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. ^ 




I ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 

ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 




See reverse side for 
additional information. 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180>DOA-AN 



1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

84-R-0001 1080 

FORM APPROVED 

0MB NO. 0579-0036 

2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 

include Zip Code) 


NATIONAL JEWISH MEDICAL & RESEARCH CENTER 

1400 JACKSON ST.. DO 1 1A 

DENVER. CO 80206 



FACILITY (List ail locations where animals were housed or used In actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 


FACILITY LOCATIONSraAes 


NATIONAL ^/£DICAL & RES. CTR. 
DENVER. Cd 80206 







A. 

Animt 

ByT 

Welfare 

Is Covered 
te Animal 
Regulations 

4. Dogs 


5. Cats 


6. Guinea Piis 

7. Hamsters 


8. Rabbits 


9. NorvHumi 

in Primates 

10. Sheep 


11. Pigs 


12. Other Fan 

1 Animals 


USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additlonai ahaata If nacaaaary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


C 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 




animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain> 
relieving d 




mber of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranqulllzing drugs were 
used. 


Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted Involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthatic,analgeslc. or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, mults, or 
interpretation ^ the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures produchg pain or distress in these 
animals and the reaaorts such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cola. C + 
D*»E) 




ASSURANCE OTATEMENTS 



1) Profosslc nally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to. during, 
and folios ring actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

2) Each prir cipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This fadl ty is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
principal nvestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptiona is attached to this anmial report, in 
addition I o identifying the lACUC-appfoved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exce^ons, as well as the species and number of animals affected . 

4 ) The atter ding veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
aspects ( f anirTMit care and use. 


I CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 

(ChlBf ExBcutlye OfScfer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

1 I certify that the above Is true, coiiect and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


SIGNATURE OF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL I NAME & TITLE OF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type or Print) 

raaii m I 




d 


DATE SIGNED 

11/22/2006 



APHIS FORM 7023 
(AUG 91) 


(Replaces V8 FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which Is obsolete 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 


























This repi 
result in 


is required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can See reverse side for 

ojgJo^aseanddgMst and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. additional information. 

I 1. REOtSTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE I 84-R-0008 1087 


Interagencjr Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


AN 


UAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


8 were housed 




2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as roistered wtd) USDA, 
hctude Zip Code) 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO 
PRESIDENT OFFICE, CARTER 4000 
DEPT. OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 
GREELEY. CO 80639 


eld for these purposes. Atta 




UNIV. OF NORTHERN COLORADO 
GREELEY, C O 80639 


FACrUTY LOCATIONSra/fos 



USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional shee^tt necessary or use A^IS FORM 7023A ) 


5. 

Cats 

6. 

Guinea PI 

7. 

Hamsters 

8. 

Rabbits 

9. 

Non-Hum 


Deer Mice 


Pocket Mice 


ASSURANCE 


1) Profess! 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 

C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 

Involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 

D. Nurrte of animals upon 
which e}q>ei1ment8, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 

E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted Involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetlc,analge8ic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cots. C + 

D + E) 



lly acceptable standards governing the care, treatment and use of animals. Including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranqulllzlng drugs, prior to. during, 
ng actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were foliowed by this research facility. 

cipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

ty Is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act. and It has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A eunwiary of all the exceptlona la attached to this annual report. In 
5 Identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary Includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

ling veterinarian for this research fodlity has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
animal care and use. 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responeible Institutional official) 

I certify that the above Is true, con^ and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 21 43) 

SIGNATURE QF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL | NAME & TITLE OF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL fT^ or Print) | DAT 



DATE SIGNED 

12/01/2006 


Arnio ruKR 
(AUG 91) 


7023 


(Replaces VS FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which Is obsolete 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 








































This repor 1$ required by*»w (7 USC 2143). Failure to report accordirig lo the ragulatjons can 

_rw^toar order to ceaie and deatoi and to be Mb^ to penaltieftt provided for in Section 2150 

UNITED STATES OB’ARTMli^ 6 f AdRifiDltliftt 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


See reverM side for 
0» additionai infomiatton. 


1. REGISTRATION 
84-R-0011 1089 




Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579^36 




aarepMenad 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY mc^zipcod,) 

I (TYPE OR PRINT) WESTERN STATE COLLEGE OF COLORADO 

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 
TAYLOR HALL ROOM 210 

GUNNISON, CO 81321 

*" »<=<“«> r«.wreh, iMc hlng or expert for Ihe.. pu,^,e,. Attach additional 


See A«achedtiiihi fa c.uty locations^.^,. , 




REPORT OF ANMLS USED BY OR 


6. Guinea Pit 


7. Hamsters 


8. Rabbits 


9. Non-Human Primates 

10. Sheep I 

11. Pigs I 

1 

12. Other Farm Animals 


B. Number of 
animals being 
brad. 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 




animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain* 
relieving drugs. 


which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgary. or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompan^ng pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anedtheUc, analgesic, or 
trarMtoiilzjng drugs were 



Number of animala upon which leaching, 
experfmenta. raaaarch, surgary or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of af>propriate 
ane8thetic.analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the leaching, research. 
expertnMnts, surgery, or tests. (An ixpfanation of 
foe procadufs producing pain or distress In these 
enimals end the reasons such drugs ware not used 
must be atfached to this report) 



toVal no. 

OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C + 
D*E) 


O 


0 


_0_ 

o_ 

o 


13. Other Animal 


ASSURANCE STA ■ I I I 

2) Each prindpE I investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

” «<Plained by me 

a-Hi to ov«»ee the adequacy of omer 

i CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARI^RS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 

(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional offlclal) 


- 5 2006 



(AUG 91) 



I certify that the above is true, correct Jand comoletn f7 1 1 s r .Qar*Nnn 01^Q\ 





. w.«m |wt 99 ), wMivii t« uuaoiecv 


DATE SIGNED 

H - 2*1 "Oto 

PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 




DBL-0 m 








Tkis report 
r£%ult in an 


s requii ed by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
jrder to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. 


See reverse side for 
additional Information. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 
84-R-0012 


CUSTOMER NO. 
1090 


Interagency F:eport Control No 
0180« DOA-AN 

FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
include Zip Code) 

COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE 
3000 COUNTY ROAD 114 
GLENWOOD SPGS, CO 81601 
(970) 945-8691 

3. REPORTINgIfaCILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 
sheets if necessary.) 

PArii iTv Lncikr\Qhi&fsHes) 



or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


Anima 
By Tl 
Welfare 

s Covered 
le Anin* al 
Regulations 

B. Number of 
animals being 
bred. 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 

C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaming, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 

0. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conduded involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to tiie animals 
and for whid) appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 

E. Number of animals upon whidi teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the anifnals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic,analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 

F. 

TOTAL NO. 

OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C * 

D + E) 

4. Dogs 


0 

n 


0 



5. Cats 


0 

0 

1 

zn 

0 

27 

6. Guinea Pit 


n 


o 

Q 

Z— 

, , .7. \ 

7. Hamsters 


0 

1 

0 

o 

1 

8. Rabbits 


0 


0 

0 

^ 

9. Non-Hum^ 

m Primates 

0 

n 

0 

Q 

0 

10. Sheep 


0 


0 

Q 


1 1 . Pigs 


0 

0 


0 

Z 

Cfi-m 

12. Other Fart 

.c 

n Animals 

n 

fO 

0 

o 

10 


s 

n 

0 

q 

0 

qf 

13. Other Anil 

nals 

0 

n 

o 


0 


n 

/O 

0 

n 

/O 

Unn 


(0 

O 


o 


^e.r\ 

2il^ 

^2 



O 

o 

5 


1) Professii fially acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranqutlizing drugs, prior to, during, 
and folio wing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

2) Each pri icipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This fad ity is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act. and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be s^fif d and explained by the 

prindpal investigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions is attached to this annua n 

addition o identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

4) The atte tding veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 

aspects )f animal care and use. 

CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive OfTicer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

I certify that the above is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 




A I 



^ c r\ no IMQTITI ITtAMAI nFPtniAl YTvilft or Print) 



DATE SIGNED 


iADQUARTERS 

3 2006 


1/ 


This report is required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
result in a^ order to cease and deslat and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. 


See reverse side for 
additional Information. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

I (TYPE OR PRINT) 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 
84-R-0013 


CUSTOMER NO. 
1092 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


I 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered vdth USDA, 
Include Zip Code) 

BEL-REA INST. OF ANIMAL TECH. 

1681 SOUTH DAYTON STREET 
DENVER, CO 80247 




TT 





FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 

ry) 


FACIUTY LOCAT10NS^s«as 


BEL-REA INOT. OF ANIMAL TECH. 
DENVER. CO 80247 



USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY 


B. Number of 
animats being 
bred. 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of paln- 
relievirKi dru 


(Attach addlttonal sheets If necessary 


D. Number of animals upon E. 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquHizlng drugs were 
used. 


or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
ane8thetlc.analgesic. or tranquilizlng drugs would 
have adveieely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanatton of 
the procedures producing pah or distress h these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cole. C + 

D + E) 


5. 

Cats 

-L 

Guinea Pi 

7. 

Hamsters 

8. 

Rabbits 


9. Non-Human Primates 


13. Other Animals 


Mice 

i 

Gerbiis 

1 




1) Profess 


ATEMENTS 


lly acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquiiizing drugs, prior to, during, 
wing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research fodlity. 

idpal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

lity is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act and It has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
investigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summery of all the excepttons Is attached to this annual report. In 
to identifying the lACUC-apH^mved receptions, this summary indudes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the spedes and nurr4)er of animals affected. 

ding veterinarian for this research fadlity has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
f animal care and use. - 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
I (Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Inetitutlonal official) 

I I certify that the above Is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 21 43) 


Beiri4 » _ ‘ 4 V AMB A Tm B nc r b.q. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type or Print) 



DATE SIGNED 

09/28/2006 


•im 


APHIS F 
(AUG 91 


7023 


(Replaces VS FORM 1843 (Oct 88), which Is obsolete 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 






































This reporj is required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can See reverse side for 

result in an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for In Section 2150. additional Information. 


, ITED STATES DEPAmTwCNT OF AGRICULTURE I 1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOIliRNa 

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE I 84-R-0013 1092 


Interagency Report Control No 
0160-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


CONTINUATION SHEET FOR ANNUAL REPORT 

OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Addvss, as registered vMt USDA, 
includB Zip Code) 

BEL-REA INST. OF ANIMAL TECH. 

1681 SOUTH DAYTON STREET 
DENVER, CO 80247 



USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
hdd for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet us^ for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
Involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
rel 


(Attach additional ahaats f necaaaary 


mber of animals upon E. 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress fo the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 


or usa this form.) 


Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted Involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic,analge8ic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teadiing, reseat^, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An ei^anation of 
tha procedures produchg pain or distnsa in thasa 
an^nala and the raaaona such drugs wara not used 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C -«• 

D + E) 


Ferrets 







ATEMENTS 


ally acceptable standanls governing the care, treatmenL and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to, during, 
ing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

dpal Investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

ty is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and expiained by the 
nvestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 
0 identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary Indudes a brief explanation of the exceptiorw, as well as the species and number of animals ^ected. 

ling veterinarian for fols research fadlity has appropriate authority to ensure the pro^slon of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
animal care and use. 


I CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 

(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 
I I certify that the above is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


SIGNATURE $F C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL 





^£m 


APHIS FORM 7023A 
(AUG 91)1 



NAME & TITLE OF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type orPrir)t) 

DATE SIGNED 



09/28/2006 



(Replaces VS FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which Is obsolets 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 













This report 
result in an 

s required by law (7 USC 21 43). Failure to report according to the regulations can See reverse side for Interagency Report Control No 

srder to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. additional information. 0180-DOA-AN 

ANNI 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 

JAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 

1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

84-R-0021 8224 

FORM APPROVED 

OMB NO. 0579-0036 

2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
include Zip Code) 

FORT LEWIS COLLEGE 

1000 RIM DR. 

DURANGO. CO 81301 
(970) 247-7010 

3. REPORTING 
sheets if nec< 

FACILITY (List all locations where anirttals were housed or used In actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional I 


FACILITY LOCATIONSrs/fesj 

See Attached 

jsting 





REPORT OF AN 

IIMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) \ 

A. 

Anima 
By Tl 
Welfare 

s Covered 
le Animal 
Regulations 

B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 

C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 

D. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, ch* tests were 
conduced involving 
accompan^ng pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for whi<^ appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 

E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaming, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 

F. 

TOTAL NO. 

OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C i- 
D't'E) 

4. Dogs 


O 


<D 

(D 

O 

5. Cats 






O 

6. Guinea Pl( 

|S 


n 



o 

7. Hamsters 




o 


o 

8. Rabbits 


o 

ri 


Q 

o 

9. Non-Hum 2 

n Primates 

b 

0 





10. Sheep 


o 

o 

O 

O 

Q 

11. Pigs 


0 

n 

O 

o 

a 

12. Other Farr 

1 Animals 

o 

n 

D 

O 

CD 








13. Other Anir 

nals 

o 

Cy 

0 

o 

o 






















ASSURANCE S 

TATEMENTS I 


and folio »ng actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

2) Each prir cipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This facil ty is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by 'he 
principal nvestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 
addition 1 3 identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

4) The atter ding veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the pro>nsion of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
aspects qf animal care and use. 

CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

I certify that the above is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 



DATE Siqi 


(AUG 91) 





This report is 


Required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report accordirtg to ttte regulations can 


result In anor|der to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. 


See reverse side for 
additional Information. 


Interagency Report Control No 
018a4X)A-AN 


ANNU 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 

XL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 

1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

84-R-0045 1096 

FORM APPROVED 

0MB NO. 0579-0036 

2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACIUTY (Name and Address, as ngisierad with USDA, 
induda Zip Coda) 

COLORADO DIVISION OF WILDLIFE 

317 W. PROSPECT RD. 

FORT COaiNS, CO 80526 
(303) 297-1192 

3. REPORTING Fi 
sheets if neoest 

^CtUTY (List aH locations where animals were housed or used k\ adual research, testlrig. teaching, or experimentadon, or hdd for these purposes. Attach additlonai | 

1 


FACIUTY LOCATIONSfstfes) 


See Attached U^ng 

Foothillls Wildlife Research Facility 


REPORT OF AMM 

ALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACIUTY (Attach additional sheets Ifnacassaiy or use APHIS FORM 7023A } \ 

A 

Ai^nals 

BylTie 

WeKareRr 

Covered 

Animal 

igulations 

B. Number of 
animals being 
bred. 

conditior^, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery txit not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 

C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experimertts. or 
tests vrere 
oor\ducted 
invdvtng no 
pain, distress, or 
useofpairv 
relieving drugs. 

D. Number of animats upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquU)g drugs were 
used. 

E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesfoetlc.ar)algesic. or tranquffizfog drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
Interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An ax^anation of 
tha pmcaduras product pah or distnss in thasa 
animats and tha reasons such drugs were not used 
must ba attached to this report) 

F. 

TOTAL NO. 

OF ANIMALS 

(C 0 IS.C + 

D + E) 

4. Dogs 







5. Cats 







6. Guinea Pigs 







7. Hamsters 







8. Rabbits 







9. Non-Human 

^rimates 






10. Sheep 







11. Pigs 







12. Other Famrr/ 

tftimals 






Cattle 




11 


11 

13. other Animal 

s 






Bighorn 

Sheep 

3 

25 



25 

Elk 



31 



31 

Fallow ] 

)eer 



11 


11 


1 ) 


acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals. Including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquWring drugs, prior to. during, 
actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facAity. 


arxl 

2) Each princdal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This tadiity tt adherirtg to ttie starxiards and regulations under the Act, arid K has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 

priTKipat InvMig^ arxi approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Comrnlttee (lACUC). A summary of aH the exceptions Is attached to this annual report In 
addition to identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this sufwnary Indudes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species aiKl nurr^ 

4 ) The atterKlifiu veterinarian for this research facflity has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterirwry care and to oversee the adequacy of ottier 
aspects of animal care and use. 


CERTIFICATiON BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

I certifv that the above Is true, correct and comoletB f7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 




1 - HEADQUARTERS 


Ut i 


j 




/ 


I 


This rei ort is requiiBd by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulatkxv can See reverse side for 

result ir an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. additional information. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMEhn^ OF AGRTc^^ I 1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERSTICE ^ ^ ^ ^ 

84-R-0045 1096 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180-OOA-AN 

FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 05704)036 


CONVINUATION SHEET FOR ANNUAL REPORT 

OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


t HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FAQUTYrName and Address, as reo»f8rediMf/)(ysa4» 

indud» Zip Code) Colorado Division of Wildlife 

317 W. Prospect Rd. 

Fort Collt-ns, Co 80526 


I REPORT OR ANIMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OP RESEARCH FACILITY fA/fach additional shaats inacoasary or use tfiis form.) 


A. 

At 

E 

Wei 

imais Covered 
i The Animal 
are Regulations 

B. Numberof 
animals being 
bred. 

condttioned, or 
held for use in 
teachirtg, testing, 
mperiments. 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 

Mount 

ain Lion 


Prair 

ie Dog 

1 

Prong 

horn Ante 

[Ope 

Mule 

Deer 

27 

White 

tail Deer 

2 


C. Nianberof 
animals upon 
which foachir>g. 
research, 
experlmenis. or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving rto 
pein, dfotress. or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 


D. Number of animals upon 
vMch atperiments, 
teaching, reseerch, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted in voMng 
. accompanying pain or 
distress to the animais 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, anaigesic, or 
tranquilizirig drugs were 
used. 


E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving a ccompan^ng pain or dtotress 
to the animais and for which the use of ^ )pfopr ia te 
anestheti c ,analgesic. or tranquSBng druy would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (Anaj^nationof 
thaprocaduras product pain or distraas in thasa 
animals and tha reasons such drugs were nof used 
must be attached to this raport) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

{Cols.C + 
D^E) 



ASSURANCjl STATEMENTS 

1) ProMionally ecceptaWe standards governing the care, treatment, end use of snimiisyincluding sppropriste use of anesthetic, enalgesic. and trenquiKzing drugs, prior to, during, 
and fdtowing actual research, teachino. testing, surgery, or experimentation were foSowed by this reseerch focility. 

2) Each I rincipalinvestigalor has cortskleredaltemaUves to painful procedures. 

3) This h ciMy is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act. and it has requirad that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
prindr M investigator and approved by me instItulionalAnirnal Care and Use Committee (iACUC). A summary of an the excepttons Is attached to this armual report In 
additk n to identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary Includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

4) The attending veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure me provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of omer 

aspecjs of animal care and use. 

CERTIRCATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACIUTY OFFICIAL 





int) DATE SIGNED 

PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 


.r c 




DEC - 5 2006 ^ 















This 
result! 


T 


<s, required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regutatior^ can 
an order to cease and desist and to be si^lect to penalties as provided for In Section 2150. 


See reverse side tor 
additional information. 


Interagency Report Control No 
018(MX)A-AN 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

I (TYPE OR PRINT) 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 
84-R-( 


I • ;(! 


CUSTOMER NO. 
1635 


FORM APPROVED 
OMB NO. 05794)036 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Addnss, as leglstered with USDA, 
tndude Zip Code) 

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO-BOULOER 
DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL RESOURCES 
UCB26 

BOULDER. CO 80309 
(303) 492-2890 


3. REPORT ING FA CILITY (List aN locations where animals were housed or used in actoal research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held tor these purposes. Attach additionai 
sheets if ipecessify.) 


See Attach 

id Listing 





{report OF 

USMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (A«ach additional sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 70234 ) j 

[a 

1 Anil 

By 
Wel^ 

nals Covered 

The Anlmaf 
re Regulations 

B. Numberof 
animals being 
bred. 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet us^ tor such 
purposes. 

C. Numberof 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving rx) 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain* 
relieving drugs. 

D. Number of anlmais upon 
iMilch experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and tor which appropriate 
artosthedc, analgesic, or 
tranquiltzing dnigs were 
used. 

E. Number of animate upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted Involving accompanying pain or distress^ 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic.artalgesic. or tranquMizing drugs wcx4d 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teachir^, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the prx)cedures producing pah or distress in these 
enImMs end the reasons such drugs ¥me not used 
must be attached to this report) 

F. 

TOTAL NO. 

OF ANIMALS 

(Cols.C + 

O + E) 

4. Dogs 







5. Cats 







I 6. Guinea F 

*9S 






1 7. Hamsten 





n.n 

A 


1 8. Rabbits 







1 9. Norr-Hunr 

an Primates 


n r f\ 



10, Sheep 



1. 

. ,0 r 

tr 


11. Pigs 



L ’ >»_iL 




1 12. Other Far 

m Animals 


- 








IDI 




13. Other Anil 

nals 




















1 







1 ASSURANCE alTATEMENTS | 


and foNm «ng actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentaflon were fb»owed by this research fedWy. 

2) Each prircipalirr/estigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This fadH y is adhering to the standards and regulations under the AcL and It has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
principal Ihvestijjitor and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Commfttee (tACUC). A summary of aN the exceptions Is attached to this annual report In 
addition to identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary indudes a brief explaitotion of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

4 ) The attending veterlnarim for this research tocWty has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care arid to oversee the adequa^ of other 
aspects of animal care and use. 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 
Icertlfythat the above Is ^jx>iTect and comofate (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 




DATE SIGNED 

"’sU 



ADQUARTERS 

1 3 2006 


This report is required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
result in an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section : 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


See reverse side for 
additional information. 


Interagency F^eport Control No 
OISO-DOA-AN 


1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

84-R-0061 10643 

FORM APPROVED 

0MB NO. 0579-0036 

1 2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 

1 include Zip Code) 


VETERINARY REFERRAL CENTER OF COLORADO 

3550 S. JASON ST. 


ENGLEWOOD. CO 80110 

1 (303) 874-7387 




FACILITY LOCATIONS^srfes 


See Attached 


oo CO 


REPORT OF aHiMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


Animas Covered 
By T Animal 
Wel^re Regulations 


4. 

Dogs 

5. 

Cats 

6. 

Guinea Pli 

7. 

Hamsters 

8. 

Rabbits 

9. 

Non-Humj 

10. Sheep 

11 

. Pigs 


Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
researchi, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain> 
relieving drugs. 


D. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for whi^ appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 


E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animsis and fcr which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation ^ the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C + 
D^^E) 


12. Other Fariri Animals 


13. Other Animals 




ASSURANCE ; ITATEMENTS 

1) Profess! mally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to, during, 
and folic wing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

2) Each pti icipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This fad ity is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
principal investigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 
addition o identif^ng the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

4) The atte iding veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provisiw of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 

aspects 5f animal care and use. 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

I certify that the above is tru e, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 

- INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type or Prirtt) \ DA' 



APHIS 

(At 




XED 


It) DATE SIGNED 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 



DEC 1 3 ?on6 



DEC 14 2006 


























Dec 13 06 09:53a 


VRCC Dept. I.M.iOnc 


3038743220 




p.2 


This eport is required by law (7 USC 21 43). Failure to report according to the regiitatlons can See reverse side for Interagerwy Report Control No 

resut in an oider to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. additional informaMort. 01 80-OOA*AN 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PUNT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


See reverse side for 
additional information, 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 

CUSTOMER NO. 

fi4-R-0061 

10643 



FORM APPROVED 
OMB NO. 0579-0036 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USOA. 
indude Zip Code) 

VETERINARY REFERRAL CENTER OF COLORADO 
3550 S. JASON ST. 

ENGLEWOOD, CO 80110 
(303)874-7387 


ING FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 
f neces;jary.) 


FACILITY LOCATlONSrs/fesJ 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

I (TYPE OR PRINT) 



See Atta 


REPORT 


A 


F ANIMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach acfdit/ona/ sheets r/ necessary or use APMS FORM 7023A ) 


.nimals Covered 
By The Animal 
•Ifare Regulations 


B. Number of 
animals beir\g 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teai^ing. 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pair- 
relieving drugs. 


D. Number of animals upon 
wnich experiments, 
teaching, research. 
Surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the ammais 
and for which apprc^ate 
anesthetic, artalgesic. or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 


E. Nurrtber of animals upon which leaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or testa were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetjc,analgesic. or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests, (An expianation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the mesons such drugs were not used 
must be atfachad to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

fCols.C-i- 

D+E) 



SIGNAT 


E STATEMENTS 


ssionally acceptable standards governing the care. Irealmenl, and use of animals, includmg approp'iate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and Iranquilizing drugs, prior to, durirg, 
followint) actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

I principal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

facility :» adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to tne standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
Ipal investigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions is attached to this annual report. In 
ion to Icemifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

attending veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of ottier 
cts of animal care and use. 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally ResponsibJ^Jnstitutional official) 

1 I certify that fhfi ahovft Is triip rnrrprt and mmnlpte (7 


; INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type or Print) 



DATE SIGNED 


APHIS f 
(AUC 




PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 


DEC 1 a 2006 
























Thls.'e 
result ii 


ort |6 requis'ed by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can See reverse side for 

an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. additional Information. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE f 1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE I 84-R-0062 1 1 856 


Interagency Report Control No 
0160-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

! CTYPE OR PRINT) 


, 2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered USDA, 

include Zip Code) 

MESA STATE COLLEGE 

' ^ 1100 NORTH AVENUE 

GRAND JUNCTION, CO 81501 

i (970)248-1424 


FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 

ry) 


FACILITY LOCATIONSrsffes 


See Attached Listing 




NIMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets if necessary or use ARH/S FORM 7023A ) 


A. 

Anil 

By 

Welfa 

f^ls Covered 

The Animal 
re Regulations 

4. Dogs 


5. Cats 



7. Hamste 


1 

t 

8. Rabbits I 


1 

9. Non-Hurrlan Primates 


10. Sheep 


1 1 . Pigs 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 


0. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
banquilizing drugs were 
used. 


Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accorr^nying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
ane$thetic.analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures produdng pain or distress in these 
animats and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 



TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C + 
D^E) 



ASSURANCE ^ATEMENTS 


reatment. and use of animals, . 

ing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this reUarch facility. ' \ 

dpal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. OCT •'6 

ty IS adhenng to the standards and regulations under the Act. and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by ttie 
n^tWor and by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 

D identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief expianatlon of the exce^ions. as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

ding veterinarian for this research ^dlity has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care arKt to oversee the adequacy of other 
f animal care and use. ' 


i CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 

(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

I certih/ that tha ahnvA is tnua mmw-t ar>H /NMrrtrUafo rr 1 1 c ^4 a '»\ 



SIGNii-, 




APHIS FORM 7023 
(AUG 91) I 


(ReplacM VS FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which is obsolete 


DATE SIGNED 


10 / 3/2006 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 










































This report i] 
result in an ( 

t required (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can See reverse side for 

rder to ceas; d desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for In Section 2150. additional information. 

Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 

ANNlj 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
animal and PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 

1 >L REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 

1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

84-R-0063 14004 

FORM APPROVED 

0MB UO. 0579-0036 

2, HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
inciude Zip Code) 

RXKINETIX, INC. 

3122 STERLING CIRCLE. SUITE 200 

BOULDER, CO 80301 

(303)541-1803 ‘v 

3. REPORTING 
sheets if nece 

•ACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach amuonai 


FACILITY LOCATIONSrs/fes) 

See Attached L 

isting 






REPORT OF ANIMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additionaf sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


A 

Animal) 
By Th 
Welfare i 

> Covered 
e Animal 
Regulations 

B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 

C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
resear^, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 

D. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for whid^ appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 

E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 

F. 

TOTAL NO. 

OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C + 

D + E) 

4. Dogs 

— 





0 

5. Cats 






0 

6. Guinea Pig 

s 





0 

7. Hamsters 






0 

8. Rabbits 






0 

9. Non-Huma 

1 Primates 





0 

10. Sheep 






0 

11. Pigs 






0 

12. Other Fam 

1 Animals 





n 








13. Other Anini 

lals 





Q 


F 






















ASSURANCE S|rATEMENTS 

1) Professio jally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to, during, 
and follov ing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

2) Each prin :jpal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This facili y is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
principal i ivestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 
addition t( > identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

4) The atten ting veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
aspects qF animal care and use. 

CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

1 certify that the above is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


SIGNATUR 


ior Print) 


DATE SIGNED 


APHIS FQRm 7023 
(AUG ^ I 


(Replaces VS FORM 18-23 (Oct 88). which is obsoiete 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 


\('l 3 0 2006 



This repohj is required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
result in an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for In Section 2150. 


See reverse side for 
additional information. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 

84-R-0064 


CUSTOMER NO. 

1310 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
OMB NO. 0579-0036 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

! (TYPE OR PRINT) 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
include Zip Code) 

SIRNA THERAPEUTICS. INC. 

2950 WILDERNESS PLACE 
BOULDER, CO 80301 
(303) 449-6500 


3. REPORTING FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 
sheets if necpssary.) 


FACILITY LOCATIONSfs/fes 


See Attached Listing 


REPORT OF A^JlMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


A. ! 


Anims Is Covered 
By T le Animal 
Wel^re Regulations 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 


D. Number of animals upon 
which exp^ments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conduced involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and f(M‘v^i<^ appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 


E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompan^ng pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic.analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C + 
D+ E) 


4. Dogs 


I 

5. Cats ; 


6. Guinea Pi^s 


7. Hamsters 



ASSURANCE STATEMENTS 



1) Professionally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to. during, 
and follov ing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research ^cility. 

2) Each prin :ipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This facili y is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and expiained by the 
principal i ivestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions is attached to this annual report. In 
addition t ) identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

4) The atten jing veterinarian for this research faciiity has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
aspects of animal care and use. 


I CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 

(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

I certify that the above is true, correct and comoiete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


(Type or Pnnt) 

DATE SIGNED 





PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 


(AUG 91) 


QQ-| 1 9 2006 



















































Thic report ii required by law (7 USC 21 43). Failure to report according to the regulations can See reverse side for 

result in an ^der to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. additi onal informaUon, 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 11. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE I 84-R-0065 18462 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

I (TYPE OR PRINT) 



2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
include Zip Code) 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 

CRESTED BUTTE, CO 81224 
(970) 349-7231 


ACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 

ry) 




See Attached Qisting 





REPORT OF ANIMaLS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


Animali Covered 
By Thje Animiil 
Welfare Regulations 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 


D. Number of anirrmls upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted invi^ving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquitizing drugs were 
used. 


E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted Involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic.analgeslc, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Colt. C + 
D*E) 


4. Dogs 


5. Cats 


6. Guinea Pi 


7. Hamsters 


8. Rabbits 


9. Non-Humah Primates 



10. Sheep 


ASSURANCE STATEMENTS 




Illy acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to, during, 
ng actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

jpal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

i is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
ivestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 
identihing the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanatirxi of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

ling veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the prowsion of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
animal care and use. 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

I certify that the above is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


SIGNA 


or Print) 


APHIS 
(AUG 91) 


DATE SIGNED 

I0(l / ((, 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 

gcffi z - ioo 



OCT - 2 2006 

























This report is required by law (7 DSC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
result in an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF A6RICUL 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


See reverse Side for 
0. additional information. 


1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

84-R-0066 21162 


interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


anNual report of research facility 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 



2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACIUTY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
includB Zip Code) 

BOLDER BIOPATH, INC. 

UNIV OF COLORADO.MUZENZINGER BLDG., 
CAMPUS BOX 345 
BOULDER, CO 80309 


FACIUTY (List alt locations where animals were housed or used In actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 




BOLDER BipPATH, INC. 
BOULDER, do 80309 


FACnJTY LOCAHONS/'sjfsa 


A. 

Animj 

Byi 

Welfan 

ils Covered 
he Animal 
) Regulations 

4. Dogs 


5. Cats 

1 

[ 


USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACIUTY (Attach additional sheets If necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, tasting, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 

D. Number of animals upon 

E, Number of animals upon which teaching. 

F. 

animals upon 

which experiments. 

experiments, research, surgery or tests were 


which teaching. 

teaching, research. 

conducted involving accompanying pain or distress; 

TOTAL NO. 

research. 

surgery, or tests were 

to the animals and for which foe use of appropriate 

OF ANIMALS 

experiments, or 

conduced involving 

anesthetic, analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 


tests were 

accompanying pain or 

have adveiaely affected foe procedures, results, or 

(Cols. C + 

conducted 

distress to the animals 

interpretation of foe teaching, research, 

D^E) 

involving no 

and for which appropriate 

experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 


pain, distress, or 

anesthetic, analgesic, or 

the procedures produchg pah or distress in these 


use of pain- 

tranquilizing dnjgs were 

anh)als and the reasons such drugs were not usee' 


relieving drugs. 

used. 

must be attached to this report) 




ASSURANCE STATEMENTS 


1 ) Profossi >nally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to. during, 
and folio tving actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

2) Each pri idpal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 


3) This fad 
prindpal 
addition 

4) Theatto 
aspects I 


ity is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be spedfied and explained by the 
investigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Commitfoe (lACUC). A aummary of all the exceptlona la attached to this annual report i n 
to identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary indudes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the spedes and number of animals affected. 



ding veterinarian for this research fadlity has appropriate audiority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
f animal care and use. 


I CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 

(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 
j I certify that the above is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 



ei/s^ AViiae 




APHIS FORM 7023 
(AUG 91 )| 




ype or Print) 


DATE SIGNED 

11/20/2006 


(Replaces VS FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which la obsolete 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 




















This report |s required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
result in an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. 


See reverse side for 
additional information. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 

84-R-0067 


CUSTOMER NO. 

22002 


Interagency Fteport Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


I 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
indude Zip Code) 

ARRAY BIOPHARMA, INC. 

3200 WALNUT STREET 
BOULDER, CO 80301 
(303) 386-1482 


3. REPORTtNGI FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 
sheets if nec^sary.) 


FACILITY LOCATIONSfsyfes 


See Attached Usting 


REPORT OF AFAmaLS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets Ifnecessaiyor use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


Anim^ Covered 
By The Animal 
Welfare Regulations 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred. 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet us^ for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 


D. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conduced involving 
accontpanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquiliang drugs were 
used. 


E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic.analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


4. Dogs 


5. Cats 


ASSURANCE STATEMENTS 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C * 
D*E) 


0 


6 


O 


O 


O 


0 


o 



1) Professio 
and follovti 


ally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to, during, 
mg actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 


2) Each prinbipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 


3) Thisfacili 
principal i 
addition b 

4) The atten 
aspects o' 



y is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
ivestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 
> identif^ng the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief ex^anation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected 

jing veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
f animal care and use. 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 


I ♦Ko* ♦Ktf* ♦« «* 




io«c» rT > I c r* oi ao \ 


SIGNATURE 


APHIS FORK 
(AUG 91) 




EADQUARTERS 


OCT 1 7 2006 










































See reverse side for 
additional information. 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


This report is required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 




E8 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

' (TYPE OR PRINT) 


FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 


FACILITY LOCATK)N8($l8a, 


MYCOS RES^RCH. L L C 
LOVELAND, (ko 80538 



1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

84-R-0069 21163 


FORM APPROVED 

0MB NO. 0579-0036 

1 2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILTTY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, I 
1 include Zip Code) 1 

MYCOS RESEARCH, L L C 


522 WEST 66TH STREET 
LOVELAND. CO 80538 



l22aaEEZ2E 


USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach add^nal sheets S necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


A. 

Anlm€ 

ByT 

Welfare 

1$ Covered 
ie Animal 
Regulations 

1 

4. Dogs 


5. Cats 

1 

t 

^ 6. Guinea Pids 


B. Number of 
animats being 
bred. 

conditioned, or 
held for use In 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


Nu 

animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of paln- 
relievln 


animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquilizing drugs were 
used. 


E. Number of animals upon vmich teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted Involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
ane8thetlc,anatgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation cA the teaching, research, 
e)9er1ments. surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pah or distress h these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C + 
D + E) 


7. Hamsters 


8. Rabbits 




12. Other Farm Animals 





ASSURANCE STATEIIIENTS 


1) Professi^tf ly acceptable stwdards governing the care, tr ea tment, and use of animals. Including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to, during, 
and folio ving actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

2) Each pri icipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This foci ity Is adhering to the standards and regulations under the AcL and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by foe 
prindpai investigator and approved by foe Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lAOJC). A summary of all the mcceptfons Is attached to this annual report, in 
addition o identifying foe IACUC>approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the e^neptions, as well as foe species and number of animals affected. 

4) The atte idlng veterinarian for this research fodHty has appropriate authority to ensure foe provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee foe adequacy of other 

aspects rf animal care and use. 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 
i I certify that the above Is taie, correct and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


SIGNATURE pF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL | NAME & TITLE OF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type or Print) DATE SIGNED 

""*1 11/13/2006 



1 SIGNATURE pF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL | NAME & TITLE OF C.E.O. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type or Print) I 




APHIS FORM 7023 

(AUG 91) 


(Replaces VS FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which Is obeoiete 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 
















This report is required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can See reverse side for 

result in an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. additional information. 


! UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE I 1. REGISTRATION NO. CUSTOMER NO. 

ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE I 84-R-0070 21159 


Interagency F^eport Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


I 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
include Zip Code) 

REGIS UNIVERSITY 

MAIL CODE H-4/3333 REGIS BLVD. 

DENVER, CO 80221 

(303) 458-4206 


3. REPORTING! FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 
sheets if necessary.) 


FACILITY LOCATIONSfs/fes 


See Attached jListing 


REPORT OF aNiMALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


AnimaHs Covered 
By The Animal 
Welfare Regulations 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 


D. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
a^mpanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquitizing drugs were 
used. 


E. Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasdhs such drugs were not used 
must be attached to this report) 


4. Dogs 


5. Cats 


6. Guinea P\ts 


7. Hamsters 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C * 

D + E) 



ASSURANCE STATEMENTS 


ally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to. during, 
tring actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

cipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

ty is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required Utat exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
nvestigator and approved by the institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A sumnury of all the exceptlor>s la attached to this annual report. In 
addition tb identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affectec . 


4) The atterjding veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provi^on of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other TjpT t A 

f animal care and use. vw I ( U lUUD 


’ CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 

(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 

I certify that the above is true, correct, and comolete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


L 


DATE SIGNED 



APHIS FORM 7023 
(AUG 91)1 


(Replaces VS FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which Is obsolete 


PART I - HEADQUARTERS 
































This repo.t s ri.quired by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
result in an order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. 


See reverse side for 
additional information. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 

84-R-0071 


CUSTOMER NO. 

26979 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-/!iJ 

FORM APPROVED 
OMB NO. 0579-0036 


V j 2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 

X ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY indude Zip Code) 

X I (TYPE OR PRINT) 

! WOODLAND PARK. CO 80866 

^ (719)748-3780 

3. REPORTING FACILITY (List ail locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, leaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 
sheets if neo issary j 

FACILITY LOCATtONSfs/lesj 

See Attached -isting 


rrffan 


/>/2. 




lor/ 


REPORT OF Af 
A. 


MALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


Anima s Covered 
By The Animal 
Welfare Regulations 


4. Dogs I 

5. Cats ! 

1 

I 

6. Guinea Pi^s 

7. Hamsters | 

8. Rabbits | 

9. Non-Hum^n Primates 

10. Sheep I 

11- Pigs j 

f 

I 

12, Other Fartji Animals 


13. Other Anirhals 




B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes 

C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 























y 


■ T 





D. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conducted involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
Iranquilizing drugs were 
used. 


Number of animals upon which teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic.analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animals and the reasons such drugs were not usea 
must be attached to this report) 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(C 0 IS.C + 

D + E) 


ASSURANCE STATEMENTS 


1) Professic 
and follo' 

2) Each prir 

3) This facil 
principal 
addition I 

4) The atter 
aspects ( 


natly acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to. during, 
mg actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

cipal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

ly IS adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
nvestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 
D identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

ding veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
f ani mal care and use. — 

CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 
j I certify that the above is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


SIGNATU 


APHIS FUMTIVI 
(AUG 91)1 


(Replaces vs form 18-23 (Oct 88), wnicn is oDsoiete 


■ DATE SIGNED 

“headquarters 


/ 



I 



This report is re^LTired by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
resulf in an ordk to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. 


See reverse side for 
additional infomnation. 


UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 

84-R-0072 


CUSTOMER NO. 

26904 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
OM8 NO. 0579-0036 


ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

' (TYPE OR PRINT) 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
indude Zip Code) 

PRE-CLINICAL RESEARCH SERVICES, INC. 

1 5* » "S- -t4t21A/EBSTER CT. 

FORT COLLINS, CO 80524 
(970) 232-1122 


FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used in actual research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 
ssary.) 


FACILITY LOCAJ\OHS(sites 


See Attached Usting 







REPORT OF A^|MALS USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach additional sheets if necessary or use APHIS FORM 7023A ) 


Animus Covered 
By The Animal 
Welfare Regulations 


B. Number of 
animals being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 
animals upon 
which teaching, 
research, 
experiments, or 
tests were 
conducted 
involving no 
pain, distress, or 
use of pain- 
relieving drugs. 


D. Number of animals upon 
which experiments, 
teaching, research, 
surgery, or tests were 
conduced involving 
accompanying pain or 
distress to the animals 
and for which appropriate 
anesthetic, analgesic, or 
tranquiluung drugs were 
used. 


E. Number of animals upon whidi teaching, 
experiments, research, surgery or tests were 
conducted involving accompan^ng pain or distress 
to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 
anesthetic.analgesic, or tranquilizing drugs would 
have adversely affected the procedures, results, or 
interpretation of the teaching, research, 
experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 
the procedures producing pain or distress in these 
animais and the reasons such drugs were not used 
must be affached to this report) 


4. Dogs 


5. Cats 


TOTAL NO. 
OF ANIMALS 

(Cols. C * 
D*E) 



ASSURANCE STATEMENTS 


1) Professioaally acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquilizing drugs, prior to, during, 
and follovyHng actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or experimentation were followed by this research facility. 

2) Each principal investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 

3) This facilil / is adhering to the standards and regulations under the Act. and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulations be specified and explained by the 
principal ii ivestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this annual report. In 
addition tc identifying the lACUC-approved exceptions, this summary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affected. 

4) The attending veterinarian for this research facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other tj A\/ 0 4 9006 

asoects of animal care and use. Is'J” Z- “ 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Responsible Institutional official) 









esrni^ r^i\ivi ruxo 

(AUG 91) ! 


(Kspisces vs hURM 18-29 (Oct 88), Which is obsolete 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS 














































This repor is required by law (7 USC 2143). Failure to report according to the regulations can 
result In ar order to cease and desist and to be subject to penalties as provided for in Section 2150. 


See reverse side for 
additional information. 




ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE 

I 

ANNUAL REPORT OF RESEARCH FACILITY 

(TYPE OR PRINT) 


1. REGISTRATION NO. 
84-V-0002 


CUSTOMER NO. 
1315 


Interagency Report Control No 
0180-DOA-AN 


FORM APPROVED 
0MB NO. 0579-0036 


2. HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY (Name and Address, as registered with USDA, 
indude Zip Code) 

VA MEDICAL CENTER (554) 

1055 CLERMONT 
DENVER. CO 80220 



FACILITY (List all locations where animals were housed or used In aca 


research, testing, teaching, or experimentation, or held for these purposes. Attach additional 


FACILTTY LOCATIONSfalea 


VA MEDICAL CENTER (554) 
DENVER, CC 80220 





USED BY OR UNDER CONTROL OF RESEARCH FACILITY (Attach addIttonaJ sheets If necessary or use APHIS FORM 702ZA ) 


B. Number of 
antnfwris being 
bred, 

conditioned, or 
held for use in 
teaching, testing, 
experiments, 
research, or 
surgery but not 
yet used for such 
purposes. 


C. Number of 

D. Number of animais upon 

E. Number of animals upon which teaching. 

F. 

animals upon 

which experiments. 

experiments, research, surgery or tests were 


which teaching. 

teaching, research. 

conducted involving accompanying pain or distress 

TOTAL NO. 

research. 

surgery, or tests were 

to the animals and for which the use of appropriate 

OF ANIMALS 

experiments, or 

conducted involving 

anesthetic.analge8ic. or tranqutlizing drugs would 


tests were 

accompanying pain or 

have adve^y affeded the procedures, results, or 

(Cols. C + 

conducted 

distress to the animais 

interpretation 6t the teaching, research, 

D + E) 

involving no 

and for which appropriate 

experiments, surgery, or tests. (An explanation of 


pain, distress, or 

anesthetic, anal^ic. or 

the procedures producing pain or distress in these 


use of pain- 

tmnquiiizing drugs were 

animais and the reasons such drugs were not used 


relieving drugs. 

used. 

must be attached to this report) 



4. 

Dogs 

5. 

Cats 

6. 

Guinea Pi 

7. 

Hamsters 

8. 

Rabbits 

9. 

Non-Humj 

10. Sheep 



1 2. Other Farm Animals 


13. Other Animals 


ASSURANCE 


1) Profess! 



[23232 


I 


lly acceptable standards governing the care, treatment, and use of animals, including appropriate use of anesthetic, analgesic, and tranquitizing drugs, prior to, during, 
ing actual research, teaching, testing, surgery, or expertmentadon were followed by this research facility. 

lipal Investigator has considered alternatives to painful procedures. 



ty is adh^ng to the standards and regulatior^ under the Act, and it has required that exceptions to the standards and regulatioru be specified and explained b>' the 
nvestigator and approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (lACUC). A summary of all the exceptions Is attached to this aniwal report. In 
3 Idmtifying the lACUC-approved receptions, this sunrtmary includes a brief explanation of the exceptions, as well as the species and number of animals affecte*! 

ling veterinarian for this researdi facility has appropriate authority to ensure the provision of adequate veterinary care and to oversee the adequacy of other 
animal care and use. v . 


CERTIFICATION BY HEADQUARTERS RESEARCH FACILITY OFFICIAL 
(Chief Executive Officer or Legally Reeppnelble Institutional official) 
I certify that the above Is true, correct, and complete (7 U.S.C. Section 2143) 


F n SO OR INRTITIITIONAI OFFiciAi INAMF A Tm F OF r F.Q. OR INSTITUTIONAL OFFICIAL (Type or Print) 


s • « . 



DATE SIGNED 

11/15/2006 



APHIS FORM 7023 
(AUG 91) 


(Replaces V8 FORM 18-23 (Oct 88), which Is obsolete 


PART 1 - HEADQUARTERS