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LabCorp and Envigo complete innovative transactions

LabCorp and Envigo announced that they have completed previously announced transactions that will strengthen and enhance the way their respective businesses support research in the biopharmaceutical and life sciences industries. Read More

LabCorp and Envigo sign innovative agreement to expand Covance's nonclinical drug development capabilities and create an independent research models provider

LabCorp and Envigo announced that LabCorp's Covance Drug Development segment will acquire Envigo's nonclinical research services business and Envigo's Research Models Services business will acquire the Covance Research Products business. Read More

Envigo to Expand Livermore, California Research Model Surgical Facility to Meet Rising Demand from West Coast Biopharmaceutical Companies

Facility to increase footprint ten-fold and significantly increase surgical technicians, becoming the Envigo West Coast Center of Excellence for surgery. Read More

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The Negative Impacts of Pinworms in Laboratory Animal Research

Pinworms are an insidious and common threat to research utilizing laboratory mice and rats. This pest can adversely affect the reproducibility and reliability of research findings. Moreover, the parasitic load and adverse effects caused by pinworms can be even more pronounced in immunodeficient animals.

Our new white paper identifies the common strains of pinworms and details new methods for helping detect and eliminate these harmful parasites.

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Home cage temperature and activity monitoring of rodent cardiovascular models using RFID microchips pre- and post-surgery

Understanding rodent recovery parameters after cardiovascular surgeries require monitoring changes in behaviors and physical characteristics over long periods of time. This can be a costly and resource-intensive process to monitor.

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PDX, CDX and Allograft Growth in the R2G2® Mouse

Three recent studies made it clear: the R2G2® mouse is well suited for preclinical cancer studies that generate PDX, CDX and allograft models.

The R2G2® mouse exhibited reduced radiosensitivity compared to NSGTM mice and tolerated estrogen supplementation and three standard-of-care chemotherapy drugs reasonably well. Moreover, as compared to other traditionally used immunodeficient strains, the R2G2® mouse had higher take rates and more favorable tumor growth.

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