Naason´s various preclinical modelling platforms are customized to suite the needs of drug developers. The platforms can accommodate all drug delivery routes as well as preclinical proof-of-concept for medical devices. From in vitro systems to large and small animal in vivo models Naason Science provides a tool box of state-of-the-art technologies the allow for rapid and effective testing of preclinical drug candidates.
Rodents, large animals, non-human primates are available.
We have upgraded our technical capabilities with Maldi-Tof and Simoa® for CSF collection and NfL biomarker detection. With Simoa assays we can detect neurological biomarkers, such as Neurofilament Light (NfL), Tau, GFAP and several others associated with brain injury and disease. In MALDI Imaging, a laser scans tissue samples and a full MALDI spectrum is recorded at regular intervals.
Naason Science remains at the cutting edge with the newest addition to our state-of-the-art laboratory instrumentation. We are now applying the considerable advantages of the new Leica Thunder to our preclinical modelling paradigms.
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(small and large animals, NHP)
Plethysmographs (small and large animals)
Metabolic Cages (Rat & Mouse)
Dynamic Weight Bearing Devices
Open Field Activity
Grip Strength Meters (Rat and Mouse)
Rotarods (Rat and Mouse)
Body Composition (DXA)
CT (large animal, NHP)
Ultrasound (small and large animal, NHP) Optical Imaging
OPMI pico technoscope
Mechanical ventilation (small and large animal)
Digital Camera (specialized for macroscopy in gingivitis and periodontal models)
Image J Software (includes specialized used in wound healing models, hair growth models and gastric ulcer models)
LC-MS, HPLC, MSD
We are proud to report that we are an Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC) accredited facility. AAALAC International is a nonprofit organization that promotes the humane treatment of laboratory animals.