The CPC provides pathology support for research projects involving animal models. This includes gross and microscopic pathology, clinical pathology, special imaging, photography and data analysis. The CPC provides service to investigators both within and outside Iowa State University and can assist with a broad range of preclinical studies in a wide range of species. Studies that CPC has completed include toxicology, vaccine studies, infectious disease, nutritional physiology, neoplastic disease, musculoskeletal disease and developmental disorders. Please contact Jesse Hostetter or Rachel Phillips for more information or fill out this request for service form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Data from CPC may not be submitted for safety/efficacy to FDA, CVB, EPA, NCI/ other federal agency
This is a new method for in situ hybridization that yields a strong, specific, readable signal (see figures below) using formalin fixed / paraffin embedded or frozen tissues. Species specific probes can be designed for multiple species including bovine, porcine, canine, equine and murine. Please contact us to find out if this technology may be helpful in your research project.