A preclinical CRO is a contract research organization that specializes in managing preclinical trials. Typically, a preclinical contract research organization provides services to pharmaceutical and biotech companies in need of preclinical data to determine if a test article is suitable for IND filing to move to clinical trials.
Research in the preclinical stage can accelerate pharmaceutical breakthroughs in the treatment of debilitating conditions and diseases.
Explora BioLabs offers a quick, flexible approach to CROs conducting preclinical studies. We can get your study up and running in as few as four weeks following protocol approval. We’ll manage the preclinical testing process and are happy to accommodate study protocol amendments as research progresses.
Whether you need a full suite of testing services to support your research or just a few, you can expect superior technical proficiencies and assistance with model selection, mechanistic studies, data reporting, and more.
A deep bench of Ph. D.s oversees our work at every level. Our team has decades of combined experience and scientific expertise to assist your CRO in preclinical drug development. We’ll support your research efforts as an extension of your team, leveraging our expert surgical and technical abilities.
We jump-started our preclinical research program by stepping right into pre-built, pre-staffed, regulatory-compliant vivarium space. We were able to start with Explora within two weeks. And when we need more space, they’ll be there for us.
The high-quality, reproducible results that we will generate in Explora’s facilities should help us accelerate our timelines and get us to that next round of funding sooner. And when we need more space, they’ll be there for us.
We jump-started our preclinical research program by stepping right into Explora's pre-built, pre-staffed, regulatory-compliant vivarium space.
As a small biotech, we need a vivarium management solution that’s more than just a landlord. Explora BioLabs has been an extension of our team with its husbandry staff and scientific expertise.
A CRO, or contract research organization, is supports researchers with the study, test, and development of new drugs and therapeutic treatments while a CMO, or contract manufacturing organization, is focused on the manufacturing of drugs, products and new technologies for biopharmaceutical companies.
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