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Fetal pathological evaluations

Fetal pathological evaluations

The aim of regulatory reproductive toxicity studies is to reveal any effect of an active substance on mammalian reproduction. External, visceral and skeletal evaluations are performed.

Embryo-fetal development studies are usually performed on a rodent and rabbit, although NHP fetal evaluations can also be performed. Soft tissue is evaluated using the modified Wilson Technique, and a bone and cartilage examination uses a modified Dawson Technique.

These particular studies are available as part of a toxicology study; learn more about standalone fetal pathologial evaluations. 

Models

Mouse, Rat, Rabbit, Mini-pig, NHP

Industry Market

Pharma, Crop, Chemical

Phase

Nonclinical