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Rodent Models

We have a range of transgenic and inducible models readily available for your studies. Our team of animal model scientists will work with you to find the right model.

Two laboratory mice, which are commonly used as rodent models in biomedical research

TDP-43 mouse models with cytoplasmic aggregates, motor dysfunction, neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation, and neuromuscular changes.

Staining used to highlight areas of neuronal degeneration or the presence of inclusions characteristic of the disease within the nervous system tissue

β-amyloid and tau models with progressive pathologic changes in a well-defined spatiotemporal pattern.

Alzheimer’s Disease - IHC staining

EAE, cuprizone, and other models that recapitulate the autoimmune inflammation, demyelination & remyelination, and neurodegeneration aspects of human disease.

Multiple Sclerosis - a histological section of neural tissue stained to show cellular and structural details

α-synuclein preformed fibril (PFF) seeding & spreading models recapitulating different aspects of Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson's Disease - IHC staining

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