This survey aims to better understand the circumstances under which animal-derived data is requested to be added to a study performed without the use of animals as a condition for publication. The questions of this survey were designed to collect the experiences and perceptions of both researchers and reviewers on this topic. We thank you in advance for your participation and encourage you to disseminate this survey to your colleagues. Your responses will remain anonymous, except to surveyors in the case that you choose to provide your name and contact details, which will remain confidential. Responses will not be used for a discriminatory purpose.

Estimated time to complete: 10 minutes

Deadline to complete: August 14, 2021

Glossary of terms

Animal-based experiment: An experiment performed in a living non-human animal or in a non-human animal-derived organ, tissue, or other biological product, e.g., an animal in vivo model or animal cell-derived in vitro model.

Nonanimal-based experiment: An experiment performed in a living human or in a human-derived organ, tissue, or other biological product, or in a nonanimal specimen, or in silico, e.g., human cell-derived in vitro model, even if it uses animal-based materials such as buffers or antibodies, or a purely computational model.

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* 1. What best describes your field? Select all that apply.

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* 2. In which sector do you work?

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* 3. What is your gender?

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* 5. What is your highest earned degree?

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* 6. How many years has it been since you received your highest earned degree?

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* 7. How many peer-reviewed publications do you have?

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