Göttingen Minipig, mini pig, Gottengin, Gottingen PBMC, whole blood

Göttingen Minipig (GöMP) Peripheral Blood Plasma (K2EDTA)

SKU : GoMP-Plasma-10
  • $500.00

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The Göttingen Minipig (GöMP), resulting from intentional crossbreeding at the University of Göttingen in the 1960s, has become a cornerstone in toxicological testing and pharmacological research for over four decades. Known for its small size, calm demeanor, and efficient reproduction, this breed provides researchers with a convenient model for in vivo experiments. Their compact size saves space and feed, while their gentle nature simplifies handling. Meticulously maintained health records further enhance their usefulness in pharmaceutical studies. 

GöMP whole blood serves as a crucial tool in pharmaceutical and toxicological research. Collected from these miniature pigs, this whole blood offers researchers a convenient model for in vivo experiments. Its availability, coupled with the animals' ease of handling, makes GöMP whole blood an invaluable resource for studies spanning various disease areas, including arthritis, cardiovascular diseases, and Parkinson’s disease. Additionally, the meticulous maintenance of health records enhances the reliability of data obtained from these samples, contributing to significant advancements in medical research and drug development. The pigs are housed in the US under strict regulation to ensure their health and wellbeing.

After collection, the whole blood is centrifuged multiple times to separate the plasma from the cellular components, ensuring the purity of the sample for further analysis.

Upon request, customers can specify the gender of the pig and the preferred anticoagulant for blood collection. 

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