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Fluid Collection

We typically collect blood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) as part of our CNS rodent model studies. These fluids can be collected both in-life and at the terminal endpoint. Blood and CSF samples can be analyzed for drug concentrations or various biomarkers, such as neurofilament light (NfL), a marker of neurodegeneration.

 

We can provide collected samples back to our Sponsors for their in-house analysis.

 

Learn more about our Blood & CSF Biomarkers

Tissue Collection

Collection of brain, spinal cord, and skeletal muscle is a routine service in our CNS rodent model studies. Tissues can be snap frozen for drug concentration analysis, biochemistry, proteomics, etc.Tissues can also be fixed and frozen or fixed and paraffin-embedded for immunohistochemistry and/or immunofluorescences studies.

 

At Biospective, we have a state-of-the-art histopathology lab for tissue analysis.

 

Learn more about our Histology & Tissue Analysis Services

Learn more about our Fluid & Tissue Collection Services.

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FAQs

Can Biospective perform in-life CSF collection?

Yes. Our team has developed special expertise to collect CSF from mice and rats during the in-life phase of the study.


Can Biospective collect urine & feces from rodent models?

Yes. We can collect urine samples and fecal pellets for analysis.


Can Biospective collect peripheral tissues/organs?

Yes. We can collect tissues/organs, such as spleen, lymph nodes, lungs, kidneys, colon, etc. These organs can be frozen or fixed & paraffin-embedded.


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