Preclinical Models of Pain

Naason Science is working industriously to present new pain animal models. Pain, both acute and chronic, remains a significant health problem around the world despite tremendous progress in understanding of its basic mechanisms. There is still lot to be done. Naason Science animal models of pain are developed and designed to mimic distinct clinical diseases to better evaluate underlying mechanisms and potential treatments. That’s where the next generation of preclinical research begins. 


Naason Science offers tools to study pain in rodents and larger animals. From in vitro systems to large and small animal in vivo models Naason Science provides a tool box of state-of-the-art technologies that allow for rapid and effective testing of preclinical drug candidates. 

Von Frey’s data generated from Naason’s Cisplatin Induced Peripheral Neuropathy Model (CIPN),
Von Frey’s data generated from Naason’s Cisplatin Induced Peripheral Neuropathy Model (CIPN),

Endometriosis Model




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