Toxicity study: Juvenile (small model)
When testing for pediatric toxicity, it is often necessary to bridge the data gap between adults and children, accounting for crucial differences in safety profiles between the two populations.
Juvenile studies are designed and informed by our experience in behavioral testing, neuropathology, postnatal bone development, reproduction and immunotoxicity testing. Standard and specialty dosing techniques including (but not limited to) oral gavage, intravenous and intramuscular injections, and intratemporal injections are used. Development of new methodologies for novel delivery mechanism are available.