Access Case Studies, Peer-Reviewed Papers, and Other Resources to Discover the Benefits of Gel Technology for Animal Research
A component of hundreds of successful protocols, ClearH2O’s suite of products for animal research help leading research teams conduct more controlled, labor-efficient trials while prioritizing animal welfare.
This resource library is intended to showcase the innovative work of customers who use our products to advance research across a variety of categories.
Learn how other researchers are developing protocols that optimize research outcomes—and improve the health and well-being of the animals in their care—by supplementing their traditional hydration, nutrition, and medication delivery methods with gel technology. Browse peer-reviewed papers, case studies, and other resources based on your areas of interest using the filters on this page.
POSTER : Evaluation of Medicated Gel as a Supplement to Providing Acetaminophen in the Drinking Water of Sprague Dawley Rats After SurgeryView Resource
FcRγ-dependent immune activation initiates astrogliosis during the asymptomatic phase of Sandhoff disease model miceView Resource
Demodex musculi Infestation in Genetically Immunomodulated MiceView Resource
Evaluation of Medicated Gel as a Supplement to Providing Acetaminophen in the Drinking Water of C57BL/6 Mice after SurgeryView Resource
Blood pharmacokinetic of 17 common pesticides in mixture following a single oral exposure in rats: implications for human biomonitoring and exposure assessment
The applicability of a gel delivery system for self-administration of buprenorphine to laboratory miceView Resource
Developmental Exposure to Pesticides Alters Motor Activity and Coordination in Rats: Sex Differences and Underlying Mechanisms
Vehicle development, pharmacokinetics and toxicity of the anti-invasive agent 4-fluoro-3’,4’,5’-trimethoxychalcone in rodentsView Resource
Study of in vivo catheter biofilm infections using pediatric central venous catheter implanted in ratView Resource
Receptor-targeted aptamer-siRNA conjugate-directed transcriptional regulation of HIV-1View Resource
Attenuation of reactive gliosis in stroke-injured mouse brain does not affect neurogenesis from grafted human iPSC-derived neural progenitorsView Resource