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.
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
Combination of cannabinoids, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), mitigates experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) by altering the gut microbiome
Pioglitazone is superior to quetiapine, clozapine and tamoxifen at alleviating experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis in mice