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IL-23 induced Psoriasis-like Preclinical Model of Inflammation

Posted by MD Biosciences on Aug 8, 2013 7:17:00 AM

MD Biosciences focuses on rapid and cost effective models of psoriasis involving the IL-23/TH17 axis in order to provide companies alternatives to complex and costly xenotransplantation models for screening. With the earlier launch of the IMQ-induced model and now the IL-23 psoriasis model, MD Biosciences offers a range of rapid models for dermal conditions such as dermatitis and psoriasis. 

Recent psoriasis research has focused extensively on the IL-23/TH17 axis. While previously thought to be mainly a Th1 mediated disease, evidence has shifted to a new population of IL-17 producing Th17 cells and the involvement in a variety of autoimmune diseases including psoriasis. The development and maintenance of Th17 cells has been linked to IL-23, a key cytokine involved in the development of autoimmunity. With the focus of research on the IL-23/TH17 role in psoriasis, a number of novel therapeutics are currently in clinical trials that target this pathway.

MD Biosciences is currently working with a biopharmaceutical company in evaluating novel therapeutics that target this pathway. While models of psoriasis such as xenotransplantation models have traditionally been the most commonly used, they are complex and cost prohibitive for screening. MD Biosciences research group has validated rapid and cost effective preclinical models for screening psoriatic therapeutics. In addition to the IMQ-induced psoriasis model launched last year, the most recent model to be validated is the IL-23 induced model of psoriasisform inflammation.

ear thickness data in IL-23 psoriasis modelThe IL-23 psoriasis model is 21 days long and involves the injection of IL-23 into the ear of C57Bl/6, which produces psoriasis-like inflammation that is dependent on IL-22. IL-22 induces keratinocyte proliferation and epidermal hyperplasia contributing to epidermal thickening. “We are continually looking to the most recent research clinical findings. With the number of clinical trials involving targets in the IL-23/Th17 pathway, offering rapid preclinical models of psoriasis involving this pathway allows biopharma companies to cost-effectively screen potentially novel therapeutics. This is important for companies in early discovery to be able to evaluate compounds in a clinically relevant model of psoriasisform inflammation.”

Background on Th17 in psoriasis pathology

While the pathology of psoriasis is not completely understood, there are complex un- derlying mechanisms, which involve the interplay between epidermal keratinocytes, leukocytes such as dendritic cells and APCs, and vascular endothelium. Epidermal keratinocytes and vascular endothelial cells are active participants in the psoriasis inflammatory process via secreted cytokines and growth factors along with the upregulation of signaling and adhesion molecules on their surfaces. TGFb1 is elevated and released by keratinocytes, which when combined with activated dendritic cells is sufficient to generate TH17 cells in skin-draining lymph nodes inducing cutaneous inflammation. Intracellular signaling induces expression of IL-23R on developing Th17 cells promoting responsiveness to IL-23, the key cytokine in the survival and proliferation of Th17 cells. Th17 cells secrete a range of pro-inflammatory cytokines such as IL-6, IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-21, IL-22 and TNF-α . In psoriasis, IL-23 plays an important role with genetic alterations of IL-23p40 and IL-23R leading to enhanced IL-23 production increasing psoriasis susceptibility and indeed injection of the IL-17 supporting cytokine, IL-23, into the skin of mice can induce psoriasis-like inflammation. The main cellular source of IL-17A in psoriasis-like skin inflammation are γδ T cells located specifically in the dermal layers and expansion of Th17 cells producing inflammation and these cells are required to initiate the IL-23 driven processes.

About MD Biosciences

MD Biosciences is a Research Group and Preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing services and products for biotech/pharmaceutical, medical device and animal health and companies engaged in inflammations & neurology research. With specialized laboratories located in Minnesota, Glasgow, and Israel, our panel of internationally recognized experts provides in-depth expertise and technologies to overcome challenges and provide total solutions to the drug discovery market.

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Topics: Dermal

Expansion of the US Preclinical Contract Research Lab

Posted by MD Biosciences on Jun 26, 2013 7:48:00 AM

Additional capacity enables MD Biosciences to increase the existing models as well as continue the development of new methods and biomarkers that help bridge the gap between nonclinical data and clinical outcomes.

MD Biosciences, a global preclinical contract research organization (CRO), announces the expansion of its preclinical contract research laboratory in St Paul, MN. The expansion of the laboratory provides additional capacity to increase the in vivo research models of its existing inflammations division. In addition to inflammations models, expansion into the areas of metabolic and cancer research are underway with metabolic studies already being offered. As part of this expansion, MD Biosciences is also hiring experienced scientists in these areas to join our St Paul research team.

As biopharma companies are dealing with reduced R&D budgets and pressures to replace revenue from patent expirations, bringing a clinical mindset to non-clinical study design assists in reducing late phase failures. MD Biosciences is continually developing new methods that help address the gap between non-clinical data and clinical outcomes. Often times existing preclinical models are all that is available but don’t necessarily reflect what is seen in the clinic – additional capacity enables MD Biosciences to continue its R&D program in search of new and more relevant preclinical models and biomarkers.

MD Biosciences currently offers a wide selection of in vivo models within inflammation/autoimmune, CNS, pain, wound healing and cardiovascular fields of research. Its focus is on the cross-talk between the immune and neural systems and the areas of overlap as well as contributions of one to the other in disease pathways. This deep understanding in the cross-talk and a strict focus on sponsors objectives enables MD Biosciences to contribute to the overall study design.

“The expansion of the preclinical contract research lab in the US assists us in serving both North American and International clients. Our global laboratories in the US, UK and Israel are positioned to be able to serve each market and research niche efficiently with strong scientific insight. Our approach to deeply understand each sponsors objectives allows us to contribute and invest scientifically in their program.” says CEO Eddie Moradian.

About MD Biosciences

MD Biosciences is a global preclinical contract research organization (CRO) specializing in the areas of autoimmune, CNS and cardiovascular. Our focus is not only on the science but also on the understanding of our clients’ objectives. This enables us to partner with our sponsors in the project design phase to ensure that studies accurately address the questions being asked. Research facilities are located in the US, UK and Israel – all strategically located within strong scientific and collaborative networks. The flexible, responsive and collaborative approach with a strong scientific understanding of systems cross-talk offers a unique offering to the biopharma community.

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Topics: CRO/outsourcing

MD Biosciences Releases Sciatic Nerve Block Model

Posted by MD Biosciences on Jan 14, 2013 9:58:00 AM

Sciatic Nerve Block: Rapid model for evaluating nerve blocking agents or drugs designed to reverse local analgesia.

Nerve blocking agents are often used to replace general anesthesia in certain surgical procedures or for providing pain relieve in the post-operative period where the nerve block tends to provide more effect pain control and reduce opioid-related side effects. The rapid preclinical model of sciatic nerve block allows the screening of new nerve blocking agents or drugs designed to reverse the local analgesia. The surgical method employed with the nerve block model can also be applied to other models of pain where direct dosing to the sciatic nerve is desired rather than systemic administration.

The nerve block model is based on the administration of nerve blocking agents directly to the saphenous and sciatic nerves. Local injection is performed to the adductor canal as well as to the sciatic notch. Following the administration of nerve blocking agents, thermal hyperalgesia is tested for a duration relevant to the nerve blocking agent or drug being tested.

sciatic nerve block

Review the surgical procedure and data for the model of nervel block.

 

About MD Biosciences

MD Biosciences is a Preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing services and products for biotech/pharmaceutical, medical device and animal health and companies engaged in inflammations & neurology research. With specialized laboratories located in Minnesota, Glasgow, and Israel, our panel of internationally recognized experts provides in-depth expertise and technologies to overcome challenges and provide total solutions to the drug discovery market.

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Topics: Pain

MD Biosciences Develops Large Animal Neuropathic Pain Model

Posted by MD Biosciences on Oct 3, 2012 6:48:00 AM

The porcine sciatica model can evaluate efficacy and PK/PD from the same subject and may provide more clinically relevant data at preclinical stages minimizing expensive failures.

MD Biosciences has developed a large animal model of neuropathic pain for preclinical evaluation of analgesic or neuroprotective therapies. The sciatica model was developed in the pig, as the innervation is similar to that of humans, providing more clinically relevant data at the preclinical stages. The model is suitable for evaluating both efficacy and PK/PD in the same animal and can be used for systemic, local and cell therapies as well as slow release drugs and devices.

Creating injury directly on the sciatic nerve by either nerve crush or nerve cutting induces neuropathic pain and minimizes the inflammatory component. The nerve crush method produces a less pronounced pain as well as a quicker recovery for the subjects. For therapies that are thought to be neuroprotective or promote nerve regeneration, partial nerve damage using the nerve crush method will allow direct treatment to the nerve. Using either method, subjects are completely recovered by 7 days post surgery and can be evaluated for pain up to 21 days. In addition to sensitivity to pain and pain sensation, subjects avoid using the ipsilateral leg suggesting a responsiveness to weight bearing and sustained pain.

 

Readouts:

  • Von Frey
  • Cold allodynia
  • Pin prick
  • Weight bearing
  • Histology

 

Pain threshold in the large animal model of neuropathic pain

Figure: Subjects underwent either nerve crush or nerve cut methods. Subjects were tested for sensitivity to Von Frey pre- and post-treatment with 1 mg/kg morphine. Data is reported using Von Frey method and shows the 50% threshold in grams (g). 

 

The porcine sciatica model of neuropathic pain is just one of many large preclinical models offered by MD Biosciences. With the high failure rate at clinical trial phases, more relevant preclinical models are needed to assess candidates at earlier stages. The pig is an ideal model system due to its human similarities in innervations, skin and the cardiovascular system. Other porcine models offered by MD Biosciences include post-operative pain, myocardial infarct, diabetes and diabetic neuropathy.

 

About MD Biosciences

MD Biosciences is a Preclinical and Clinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing services for biotech/pharmaceutical, medical device and animal health. Our core therapeutic focus is in inflammation/autoimmune, neurology/CNS disorders, pain and cardiovascular as well as the interplay between the inflammatory, neurology and cardiovascular systems. Our approach is to work backwards from the clinic, understanding what the clinicians would expect from an active compound. This approach and understanding enables the development of models and biomarkers that help break the preclinical/clinical barrier and provide more clinically relevant data at earlier stages.

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Topics: Pain

Preclinical Imiquimod-induced Psoriasis-like Skin Inflammation Model

Posted by MD Biosciences on May 1, 2012 2:12:00 PM

A Rapid 10 day preclinical efficacy study that produces lesions highly representative of human psoriatic lesions.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012, St. Paul, MN – The most common models for evaluating skin-related inflammation are time consuming and expensive. While they provide valuable data, they don’t allow for rapid and cost effective evaluation of therapeutics earlier in the preclinical pipeline. In response to this need for more convenient and cost effective models, researchers (Van der Fits et al, 2009) developed a model using Imiquimod (IMQ) to induce psoriasis-like inflammation.

Imiquimod is a potent immune activator that is traditionally used to treat virus-associated skin abnormalities and precancerous skin lesions. However it can exacerbate psoriasis (both at the treated area and at distant skin sites) during topical treatment. Application of IMQ to mouse skin results in the influx of various cells of the immune system as well as hyperplasia of the epidermis that is critically dependent on IL-23 and IL-17.

MD Biosciences now offers the IMQ-induced model of skin inflammation as part of its portfolio of efficacy services. The model is 10 days long and the lesions closely resemble that of human psoriatic lesions with erythema, skin thickening and epidermal alterations such as acanthosis and parakeratosis. Subjects are given a psoriasis score depending on the degree of erythema, scaling and thickening. Analysis includes clinical score of the back, ear thickness and histology of both the ear and back.

 

Image: histology on psoriatic lesions (B-D) compared to that of a naive sample (A) in the IMQ-induced model of skin inflammation. For additional data, please visit the IMQ-induced model.

histology of the skin in the IMQ-induced psoriasis-like model of skin inflammation, preclinical CRO

 

About MD Biosciences

MD Biosciences is a Preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing services and products for biotech/pharmaceutical, medical device and animal health and companies engaged in inflammations & neurology research. With specialized laboratories located in Minnesota, Glasgow, and Israel, our panel of internationally recognized experts provides in-depth expertise and technologies to overcome challenges and provide total solutions to the drug discovery market.

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Topics: Dermal

Preclinical Efficacy Models of Parkinson's Disease: 6OHDA & Acute MPTP

Posted by MD Biosciences on Aug 11, 2011 10:03:00 PM

MD Biosciences, a Preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO), offers in vivo models for the study of Parkinson's Disease (PD). The 6-OHDA and acute MPTP models for PD have been well characterized with the underlying mechanisms of toxicity well understood. Both models are useful tools in evaluating potential neuroprotective therapies providing the ability to target any differences in motor activities and determine whether a drug differentially affects a specific motor behavior.

Parkinson's Disease Background 
Parkinson's Disease (PD) is typically an adult-onset progressive neurodegenerative movement disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. Pathologically, PD is characterized by the profound and specific loss of dopaminergic (DAergic) neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta (SNpc) of the midbrain. Other areas interconnected with the SNpc, the caudate and putamen, collectively known as the striatum, also show remarkable loss of their projection fibers. In accordance with insult to brain regions involved in controlling coordinated movements, the cardinal symptoms of PD include bradykinesia, resting tremor, rigidity, and postural instability. Due to its complex pathology, however, no disease model has yet to faithfully replicate all aspects of human PD. Converging lines of evidence from toxin-induced and genetic models have continued to further our understanding of the pathological processes underlying PD and lend themselves as useful systems for the examination of therapeutic interventions.

PD Whitepaper & Preclinical Efficacy Studies 
MD Biosciences has released a new whitepaperdiscussing the various efficacy models of PD, the underlying mechanisms of each model and their usefulness as tools for the development of new therapies and interventions. Additionally, MD Biosciences offers these classical models of PD as contracted research studies as part of our portfolio of Neurology Discovery Services. A copy of the whitepaper "What in vivo models have revealed about the pathogenesis and treatment of PD" can be downloaded at http://www.mdbiosciences.com

About MD Biosciences 
MD Biosciences is a Preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing services and products for biotech/pharmaceutical, medical device and animal health and companies engaged in inflammations & neurology research. With specialized laboratories located in Minnesota, Glasgow, and Israel, our panel of internationally recognized experts provides in-depth expertise and technologies to overcome challenges and provide total solutions to the drug discovery market.

The information in this press release should be considered accurate only as of the date of the release. MD Biosciences has no intention of updating and specifically disclaims any duty to update the information in these press releases.

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Topics: Neuro/CNS, efficacy, Parkinsons, Models

eBook: Pain & Inflammation Link | Targets in the Overlap

Posted by MD Biosciences on Jul 13, 2011 9:59:00 PM

MD Biosciences, a preclinical CRO focused in pain and inflammations, has released a new eBook discussing the interactions between the nervous and immune systems and the drug targets that may lie in the overlap. This newly published eBook is meant to be a review of the immune system and inflammation as it relates to pain, specifically neuropathic pain and covers the following: 

  •     Immune system and Inflammation
  •     Pain processing and Neuropathic Pain
  •     Cell types involved in neuro-inflammation aspect of neuropathic pain
  •     Potential inflammation-related drug targets for neuropathic pain
  •     Relevant preclinical models for neuropathic pain

 

Neuropathic pain presents a wide variety of challenges to researchers, not the least of which is the simple fact that neuropathic pain, by definition, requires neuronal damage, which in turn automatically initiates an immune response that often inflicts further damage.

The interactions between the immune and nervous systems in the case of neuropathic pain make for a very complex story that is only beginning to unfold. Fortunately, a variety of good preclinical neuropathic pain models for the simulation of neuropathic pain in humans have been used for some time and enable researchers to advance our understanding of disease mechanisms in the preclinical setting. Currently, existing pharmacological treatments for neuropathic pain, which address predominately neuronal targets, include opioid analgesics, tricyclic antidepressants and cation channel blockers among others. However these drugs treat symptoms and thus only provide temporary relief and are fraught with undesirable side effects such as tolerance and dependence. As the field of neuroimmunology progresses, it is possible that inflammation-associated drug targets may open to new and more effective treatments for neuropathic pain.

About MD Biosciences 
MD Biosciences is a Preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing services biotech/pharmaceutical, medical device and animal health and companies engaged in inflammations, neurology, pain and cardiovascular research. Our scientists are specialized and focused within these areas to provide a deep understanding of mechanisms involved, which enables them to contribute to study design and recommendations. We understand the challenges of filling and progressing product pipelines with limited budgets, time and resources. We also understand the importance of choosing a preclinical CRO that is the right fit with your organization. You’ll find that when working with MD Biosciences, we are focused on the science behind your programs to enable smarter and more efficient study designs aimed to meet your objectives.

The information in this press release should be considered accurate only as of the date of the release. MD Biosciences has no intention of updating and specifically disclaims any duty to update the information in these press releases. The eBook is meant to be an overview and should not be taken as comprehensive or definitive.

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Topics: Pain, Inflammation

High ArthritoMabTM Antibody Cocktail Activity | 18-day RA Model Balb/c Mice

Posted by MD Biosciences on Feb 3, 2011 10:05:00 PM

MD Biosciences, a global biotechnology company focused in inflammations research, has optimized ArthritoMabTM Antibody Cocktail for the induction of arthritis in C57Bl/6. Using the optimized ArthritoMab Antibody Cocktail, investigators can induce arthritis in C57Bl/6 strains with as little as 2 mg of antibody and see good clinical disease scores as well as pannus formation, bone erosion, hyperplasia and cellular infiltration at the histological level. A detailed whitepaper covering the ArthritoMabTM antibody cocktail, protocols and data using various strains and positive control is available for complimentary download.

The optimized ArthritoMabTM antibody cocktail relies on the same four clones of antibody selected for use in the original cocktail, allowing researchers to continue to obtain comparative data without introducing unknown variables caused by additional antibody clones. The monoclonal antibody clones in the cocktail were selected to bind to C1, J1, U1 and D3 epitopes, which are well documented epitopes associated with arthritis in the collagen-induced arthritis (CIA) model. These epitopes are also spread across the entire CII region (fragments CB8, CB10 and CB11) to encourage better immune complex formation on the cartilage surface for initiation of arthritis.

With the increase in use of transgenic strains such as C57Bl/6 for the study of arthritis, investigators are often faced with low incidence rates in the CIA model. Alternatively, while the Collagen antibody-induced arthritis (CAIA) has been a good alternative for increasing the rates of incidence, often times the amount of antibody required in C57 strains is cost prohibitive. MD Bioproducts has optimized the ArthritoMabTM antibody cocktail enabling investigators to achieve high incidence rates (100%) in C57 strains while controlling costs in the amount of antibody required (as little as 2 mg of Antibody).

For years, the CIA model has been the standard for arthritis studies. Issues such as length of model, staggered disease onset, low disease induction, lab to lab variations, number of administration timepoints and clinical scoring periods caused researchers to look for a viable alternative. The collagen antibody induced arthritis model (AIA or CAIA) using ArthritoMabTM Antibody Cocktail is a reliable alternative providing results in just 12 days, high rates of incidence and synchronized disease onset.

About MD Biosciences 
MD Biosciences provides products and pre-clinical services for companies engaged in inflammations and neurology research. The company is headquartered in Switzerland under Morwell Diagnostics and has specialized laboratories located in Minnesota, Glasgow, and Israel. A panel of scientific experts provides companies’ in-depth expertise and technologies to tackle problems and provide flexible drug discovery solutions, enabling smarter results faster.

About MD Bioproducts 
MD Bioproducts is a division of MD Biosciences offering products in inflammation, neurology, cancer and immunology research. For those who have internal in vivo capabilities, MD Bioproducts makes available the ArthritoMabTM Antibody cocktail along with full technical support for establishing the protocol in house. For additional information on products offered, visit http://www.mdbioproducts.com.

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Topics: Inflammation

Occlusion-induced Myocardial Infarct Model Studies Cardio Protection

Posted by MD Biosciences on Jun 16, 2010 11:21:00 AM

Wednesday, June 16, 2010, St. Paul, MN - MD Biosciences, a Preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO), offers in vivo models for the study of myocardial infarct (MI). The occlusion-induced myocardial infarct model is a well-known technique for investigating the cardio-protection of a drug therapy in the event of ischemia/reperfusion injury. The advantage of the model is the ability to study the functional relevance of a drug treatment on the heart following direct coronary flow and the mechanisms by which the drug promotes myocardial protection.

 

Occlusion-induced Ischemia Reperfusion Injury

Occlusion of the left coronary artery is performed to mimic myocardial infarction in humans that results from occlusion of arteriosclerotic plaques of coronary arteries. Using this model, scientists can get a better understanding of the functional, structural and molecular changes associated with clinical ischemic heart disease as well as investigate the cardio-protection of potential drug therapies. Following the 45 minutes of LAD occlusion, the LAD is opened and coronary blood flow is allowed. Therefore, any IV dosed drug will reach the heart tissue and the infarct area immediately.

Myocardial Infarct model: preclinical contract research

 

Figure: Histology on four heart tissue samples from a vehicle treated group (A-B) and an active compound group (C-D) in the occlusion-induced ischemia reperfusion injury model. Occlusion duration was 45 minutes and reperfusion was over 48 hours. Slides A-D: transverse section of the heart at 0.5x magnification. Slides E-H: 4x magnification of slides A-D showing the scarred myocardium.

 

Study design can be customized to determine the duration of reperfusion following a 45-minute occlusion period. Readouts of the occlusion-induced ischemia-reperfusion injury model include histology of the heart as well as CPK and Troponin levels, which are relevant blood markers of myocardial infarction.

 

For more information and data on the occlusion-induced IR injury model, download the Whitepaper Myocardial Infarct models for evaluating the myocardial protection or potential drug therapies.

 

About MD Biosciences

MD Biosciences is a Preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) providing services and products for biotech/pharmaceutical, medical device and animal health and companies engaged in inflammations & neurology research. With specialized laboratories located in Minnesota, Glasgow, and Israel, our panel of internationally recognized experts provides in-depth expertise and technologies to overcome challenges and provide total solutions to the drug discovery market.

 

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Topics: Cardiovascular

MD Biosciences Launches New Products Division - MD Bioproducts

Posted by MD Biosciences on Oct 6, 2009 10:45:00 AM

MD Biosciences (MDB)  launches MD  Bioproducts, a division of MD Biosciences, in a continued effort to  meet client needs for high quality research products. The new division allows MD Biosciences to strengthen and expand it's product offering for immunology and cell biology research while maintaining its contract research focus within inflammation and neurology disease research.

While MD Biosciences has offered its products for purchase since 1991, the new division permits for increased product distribution by 140 percent. Cell Culture Related Reagents, Assays, Antibodies, Proteins, and Western Blot kits are some of the products MD Bioproducts currently provides. Currently, new products and product technologies are being explored and will be added to the development and manufacturing for the coming year.

"At MD Biosciences, our top priority has always been meeting the needs of our clients through the products we offer and customer experience we deliver. The launch of MD Bioproducts is a great step of convenience for our clients-accommodating them to optimize their research process. We know that our products offer accuracy and reproducibility so our clients can be confident in their results. Our quality reagents contribute to the success of our clients' research," stated MD Biosciences President, Eddie Moradian.

Apart from the key benefit of increased manufacturing opportunities, the new division provides a better resource for product purchasers. VP of Marketing & Sales, Amy Clausen said, "MD Bioproducts showcases a new, clean look--including packaging, logo and its own website, which allows for easy navigation and viewing of product features. We are thrilled to be taking this direction at MDB as it will simplify and improve the customer experience for the client." MD Bioproducts website may be visited at www.mdbioproducts.com.


About MD Biosciences

MD Biosciences provides contract research services including efficacy testing, mode of action platforms, in vitro analysis, and histology for the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Animal Health & Nutrition Industries. We offer several novel models in the area of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Multiple sclerosis, asthma, IBD, pain, and Parkinson's disease. The in-depth expertise in these disease models has been applied to designing protocols to assess the efficacy and required dosage of novel compounds. Contracted studies are designed and reviewed by MDB’s panel of internationally recognized experts and performed at one of MDB’s specialized laboratories located in St. Paul, MN (USA), Glasgow (Scotland) or in Israel. We provide a ready team of experts to tackle problems and provide solutions.

About MD Bioproducts

MD Bioproducts is a division of MD Biosciences offering high-quality reagents for immunology and cell biology research. Our goal is to provide products that are easy-to-use, accurate and reproducible – ultimately contributing to our client's research success.

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