Most Recent Scientific Posters Presented by Our Preclinical Experts
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Get ready for a must-read experience! We are pleased to share with you seven new scientific posters we presented at the 44th Annual American College of Toxicology (ACT) Meeting.
Delve into a spectrum of preclinical topics below:
• Introducing the Philippine Cynomolgus Macaque (Macaca Fascicularis Philippensis) as a Research Model in Drug Safety Assessment. Yafei Chen, MS, Senior Research Fellow
• Comparison of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Parameters in Three Strains of Research Pigs; Sinclair Nanopig™, Göttingen Minipig®, and Yucatan™ Miniature Swine. Miri Pannu, MS, Associate Scientific Director
• Creation of a Swine Model of Oral Angioedema. Kyle Klepner, Senior Study Director
• Intravenous Sampling and Administration in Rodents: Overcoming Challenges of Using Vascular Access Buttons™.
Dr. Gabriela Campoy, DVM, Associate Scientist, Study Director
• Understanding Species Variation in the Occurrence of Spontaneous Background Eye Lesions in Toxicology Studies: A Comparative Study. Dr. Nirmala Chinnappareddy, BVSc, PhD, DABT, ERT, Scientist/Study Director
• Historical Review of In-Life Data from Preclinical Studies Utilizing AAVs for Gene Therapy. Julie Forget, DESS Tox, DABT, Senior Director Safety Assessment
• Proposed Best Practices for Optimizing the Number of Animals in Toxicology Studies. Narine Lalayeva, MS, Associate Director, Safety Assessment
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Introducing Philippine-Origin Cynomolgus Macaque As a Research Model
Understanding Species Variation in the Occurrence of Spontaneous Background Eye Lesions
Comparison of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Parameters in Three Strains of Research Pigs
Creation of a Swine Model of Oral Angioedema
Historical Review of In-Life Data From Studies Utilizing AAVs for Gene Therapy
Intravenous Sampling and Administration in Rodents
Proposed Best Practices for Optimizing the Number of Animals in Toxicology Studies
Development of a Novel Canine Prostatectomy Model