In endocrine disorder research, various types of biological samples can be used, including:
These samples can be collected from both humans and animals in order to better understand the mechanisms underlying endocrine disorders.
What types of R&D models for metabolic and endocrine disorders?
In vivo models can be used to study various endocrine disorders, including diabetes, obesity, thyroid disorders, and adrenal disorders, among others. These models provide valuable information on the physiological and metabolic changes that occur in response to endocrine imbalances and can be used to test the safety and efficacy of new treatments.
In vivo models for endocrine disorders include rodent models (e.g. mice, rats), large animal models (e.g. dogs, pigs), knockout models (gene deletion), transgenic models (gene addition/modification), and induced disease models (dietary or environmental manipulation).
Metabolomic services and metabolic profiling are also widely used methods to study and quantify metabolites and their role in the biological system.
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