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In Vivo Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms. This includes the study of the effects of chemicals on human health and the environment. In Vivo Toxicology is a branch of toxicology that uses animal models to study the effects of chemicals on the body. In Vivo Toxicology is used to assess the safety of chemicals, drugs, and other substances.
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The key trends in in vivo toxicology technology are:
1. Increased use of in silico methods: In recent years, there has been an increased use of in silico methods for toxicity prediction. These methods are based on computer simulations and models, and can be used to screen large numbers of chemicals for their potential toxicity.
2. Increased use of in vitro methods: In vitro methods, such as cell culture-based toxicity assays, are being used more frequently for toxicity testing. These methods are generally considered to be more predictive of human toxicity than animal-based methods.
3. Increased use of alternative models: There is an increased use of alternative models, such as zebrafish, for toxicity testing. These models offer several advantages over traditional animal models, including lower cost, shorter testing times, and increased ethical considerations.
4. Increased use of biomarkers: Biomarkers are being used more frequently to assess toxicity. Biomarkers can be used to assess both exposure and effect, and can provide information on the mechanisms of toxicity.
In Vivo Toxicology market is expected to grow owing to the increasing demand for In Vivo Toxicology services from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. In Vivo Toxicology is used to study the adverse effects of drugs and chemicals on living organisms. It helps in the development of safe and effective drugs and chemicals. The key drivers of In Vivo Toxicology market are the increasing research and development activities in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, and the need for efficient and safe drugs.
- Reagents & Kits
- Animal Models
By Test Type
- Chronic test type
The key players in the In Vivo Toxicology market are Charles River Laboratories, Danaher, Data Sciences International, Envigo, Eurofins Scientific, Labcorp, Perkinelmer, SRI International, Taconic Biosciences and The Jackson Laboratory.
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