Nervous tissue is one of the most important tissue components of the nervous system. Its two components, the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system, control and regulate the bodily functions and activities of almost all living things through their ability to generate and transmit excitatory nerve impulses. Disorders of nerve tissue can lead to a series of neuromas, neurodegenerative diseases, or rare diseases. Similarly, the study of such diseases is often inseparable from the corresponding experimental animal disease models. Tissue sample preparation is the first step after constructing disease models and behavioral experiments, symbolizing the in-depth development of experiments at the cellular and molecular scales. An excellent and stable tissue sampling can ensure the results of your complex front-end experiments and a good foundation for the success of your subsequent pathology research.
Fig 1. Preparation of mice tissue (cremaster muscle). (Verma, 2016)
Thanks to our advanced technology and experienced operation team, Creative Biolabs proudly provides stable and first-class tissue sampling services for rats, mice, or other laboratory animals for our clients around the world. The prepared tissue sample can be used for pathological or pharmacological studies of Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's disease, Parkinson's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or other neurological diseases. We are also able to build corresponding disease models to fulfill your needs or operate directly on the animal models you provide directly. With our superb anatomical knowledge and well-trained staff, our professional staff also perform many different euthanasia and perfusion procedures according to your research needs and extract the desired organs for you separately/simultaneously. Some commonly used disease research organs are listed below:
|Lung and trachea||Skeletal muscles|
|Bones and marrow||Gonadal organs|
In addition to the above organs, Creative Biolabs operates under a more detailed classification, and also provides you with corresponding testing experiments and data analysis services. If you have any demands or want to know more information, please contact us so that we can discuss a personalized experiment protocol for you.
- Verma, M.; et al. Skeletal muscle tissue clearing for LacZ and fluorescent reporters, and immunofluorescence staining. Methods Mol Biol. 2016, 1460: 129-140.