Non-GLP Toxicology

Obtain high-quality, dependable toxicology data early in the drug development process.

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Explora BioLabs knows that high-quality exploratory non-GLP toxicology data is critical to the early stages of drug development. Our scientists support discovery and investigational non-GLP toxicology.

  • Non-GLP safety assessment of small molecules and biologics
  • Maximum-tolerated dose (MTD)
  • Dose-range finding (DRF)
  • Acute toxicology
  • Sub-chronic toxicology (repeated dose)
  • Established study protocols
  • Common dose routes (IP, IV, IM, SC, PO)
  • Complex dosing routes
  • Single or repeat dose administration
  • Continuous infusion
  • Tissue collection with or without perfusion to determine biodistribution
  • Animal species: mouse, rat
  • Stringent IACUC oversight


  • In-life clinical observations
  • Sample collection for clinical chemistry, hematology, urinalysis, etc.
  • Comprehensive necropsy
  • Blood sampling
  • Histopathology

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Explora has nurtured strong working relationships with numerous reputable bioanalytical companies for efficiently processing and analyzing samples from our non-GLP toxicology studies. We can manage entire studies from drug to report, promising rapid turnaround times and high-quality results.
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