Microsampling

The microsampling technique uses smaller samples for bioanalytical evaluation in an effort to refine blood collection. Consequently, we are able to reduce the number of animals required and lessen the level of stress on those animals that have to be used.

Capillary microsampling has been successfully applied across Charles River in the collection and analysis of large and small molecule bioanalytical samples.

Download our most recent posters and publications on the application of microsampling in different study scenarios.

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The Advantages of Microsampling

Charles River scientist, Tim Sangster, published a Eureka blog on the importance of microsampling in safety assessment and some benefits that you may not have considered.

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