Our histopathology department is ready to offer full support and guidance both for studies run in-house but also to provide slide processing and/or histopathological evaluation for ex-house studies.

Our pathologists are experienced in evaluating short- and long-term toxicity studies performed in most animal species commonly used in preclinical toxicity testing and have an exceptional expertise in evaluating wound healing studies, embryofetal and juvenile studies performed in the Göttingen minipig.

Publication:

Skydsgaard, M., Dincer, Z., Haschek, W.M., Helke, K., Jacob, B., Jacobsen, B., Jeppesen , G., Kato, A., Kawagutchi, H., Mckeag, S., Nelson, K., Rittinghausen, S., Schaudien, D., Vemireddi, V., Wojcinski, Z.W., 2021, International Harmonization of Nomenclature and Diagnostic Criteria (INHAND): Nonproliferative and Proliferative Lesions of the Minipig, Toxicologic Pathology, 49(1), 110-228

Jeppesen, G. and Skydsgaard, M., 2015, Spontaneous background pathology in Göttingen minipigs, toxicologic Pathology, 43 (2), 257-266

Glerup, P., Grand, N., Skydsgaard, M., 2013, 13: The use of Minipigs in Non-Clinical Research, in Haschek and Rousseaux’s Handbook of Toxicologic Pathology, 3rd edition (eds: Haschek, W.M., Rousseaux, C.G., Wallig, M.A., Academic Press, Elsevier, 461-475

Jelsing, J., Nielsen, N., Olsen, A.K., Grand, N., Hemmingsen, R., Pakkenberg, B., 2006, The postnatal development of neocortical neurons and glial cells in the Göttingen minipig and the domestic pig brain, Journal of Experimental Biology 2006, 209, 1454-1462