Model animals for human diseases are used to investigate pharmacology or effect/efficacy of active ingredients in research and development (R&D) for pharmaceuticals, health foods and others.
Disease-model animals are important experimental materials for R&D. When the animal models are employed in the study of human disease, they are selected because of their similarity to humans.
The chemical compound-inducing method is known as one of methods for preparing disease-model animals (mouse, rat, dog and others).
Tokyo Chemical Industry Co. (TCI) has reagents for preparing various disease-model animals such as cancer models, central nervous related disease models, inflammation/immune disease models, adult disease models and others for your R&D.
TCI supports Life Science with reagents.