Tissue samples from various organs of Sprague Dawley rats. Avaliable in histological tissue section on glass slide (HS) or paraffin-embedded tissue block (PETB) formats. Tissues are from healthy animals, unless otherwise indicated.
The Sprague Dawley (SD) rat is often used as a general multipurpose rat model, including safety and efficacy testing, aging, nutrition, diet-induced obesity, oncology, and for surgical procedures. SD rats have a white coat color (albino). SD rats are docile and are easy to handle. This rat strain was first produced by the Sprague Dawley farms in Madison, Wisconsin in 1925.
From the laboratory of Tamas Nagy, DVM, PhD, University of Georgia.
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