Animal Research Studies and Resources

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.

  1. OUR GUIDE – What Veterinarians Need to Know About Gel Technology

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  2. OUR GUIDE – Improving Pain Management Techniques for Better Laboratory Animal Welfare & Research Outcomes

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  5. Improvements and limitations of humanized mouse models for HIV research: NIH/NIAID “Meet the Experts” 2015 workshop summary

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  6. Receptor-targeted aptamer-siRNA conjugate-directed transcriptional regulation of HIV-1

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  7. HIV replication and latency in a humanized NSG mouse model during suppressive oral combinational ART

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  8. Codelivery of infusion decellularized skeletal muscle with minced muscle autografts improved recovery from volumetric muscle loss injury in a rat model

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  9. Current options for providing sustained analgesia to laboratory animals

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  10. Comparison of Gel and Injection Delivered Carprofen for Post-Operative Pain Management in Mice

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  11. Demodex musculi infestation in genetically immunomodulated mice

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  12. Hair analysis for the biomonitoring of pesticide exposure: comparison with blood and urine in a rat model

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