Dr. Fred Beasley discusses how to improve experimental design and select the most appropriate animal models for your preclinical obesity research.
When conducting preclinical obesity research using animal models, researchers must consider many factors. They must select an appropriate model, define long-term dosing requirements and mitigate complications including subject-to-subject variability and regressions to and from an obese state arise.
In this webinar hosted by CrownBio, Dr. Fred Beasley presents tips and best practices for designing obesity studies, including how to choose the right animal model, best fit for study criteria and specific diet acceptance.
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