Resources

Overview

Sinclair Research maintains many resources vital to preclinical animal research including animal colonies, animal housing facilities, necropsy facilities, maintenance shop and supplies, and an auxiliary backup electrical power generator. Staff and personnel include study directors, quality assurance and quality control teams, report writers, veterinarians, and veterinary technicians. Equipment includes veterinary surgical instruments, anesthesia machines, fixed and portable digital radiograph machines, DEXA, C-arm imaging, ultrasound, a surgical microscope, and a clinical pathology laboratory. Other resources includes standard operating procedures, veterinary data, protocol templates, a Book of Normals for miniature swine reference values, normal reference values for other species, a technical library, training resources, biomedical manuscripts, and historical GLP study controls.

Regulatory Dermal Toxicology Testing

Regulatory Dermal Toxicology Testing

Medical Device Implantation in Swine

Medical Device Implantation in Swine

Small Intestinal Anastomosis and Intestinal Infusion Catheter Implantation in Swine

Small Intestinal Anastomosis and Intestinal Infusion Catheter Implantation in Swine

Interventional Cardiovascular Procedures

Interventional Cardiovascular Procedures

Interesting Facts About Miniature Swine & Bone Research

Interesting Facts About Miniature Swine & Bone Research

Dilated Cardiomyopathy and Ischemic Heart Failure Models in Pigs

Dilated Cardiomyopathy and Ischemic Heart Failure Models in Pigs

Diabetes Mellitus and the Cardiometabolic Syndrome in Swine

Diabetes Mellitus and the Cardiometabolic Syndrome in Swine

White Hairless Miniature Swine Model for Dermal Studies

White Hairless Miniature Swine Model for Dermal Studies

Drug Dosages and Continuous Rate Infusion Protocols for Cardiovascular Research in Swine

Drug Dosages and Continuous Rate Infusion Protocols for Cardiovascular Research in Swine

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