Use of nontraditional animals for evaluation of pharmaceutical products.

  • Abigail C Jacobs
  • Published 2006 in Expert opinion on drug metabolism & toxicology


Although the International Conference on Harmonization Guideline ICH M3 indicates the use of nonrodents for some studies of pharmaceutical products, the specific nonrodent species is not specified. Dogs are used most frequently; however, there may be reasons why dogs are not the best model for a particular drug. Minipigs are being used increasingly for… (More)


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