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.

Chronic Intravascular Intervention in Swine: General Principles

Chronic Intravascular Intervention in Swine: General Principles

Atherosclerosis and Related Nutritional Issues in Miniature Swine

Atherosclerosis and Related Nutritional Issues in Miniature Swine

MHC Defined Lineages for Transplantation

MHC Defined Lineages for Transplantation

Portal Vein Catheterization in Swine

Portal Vein Catheterization in Swine

Surgically Produced Volume and Pressure Overload Heart Failure Models in Swine

Surgically Produced Volume and Pressure Overload Heart Failure Models in Swine

Sinclair – A Center of Excellence for Dermal Research

Sinclair – A Center of Excellence for Dermal Research

Laser Induced Choroidal Neovascularization (CNV) as a Model of Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) in the Minipig

Laser Induced Choroidal Neovascularization (CNV) as a Model of Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) in the Minipig

Development of a Model of Dermal Inflammation and Irritation (Urticaria) in the Miniature Swine

Development of a Model of Dermal Inflammation and Irritation (Urticaria) in the Miniature Swine

Porcine Integumentary System Models: Wound Healing

Porcine Integumentary System Models: Wound Healing

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