We offer a wide range of animal models & animal feeds depending upon the need of the customer
Vyas Labs is a vetted, high quality Laboratory Animal and Animal Diet supplier for research facilities all over the world.
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We offer a wide range of animal models depending upon the need of the customer. All the animal models are specific pathogen free (SPF) and are of the highest quality. Have a detailed look at below.
Swiss Albino is usually used in toxicology studies. Swiss being an outbred animal, is suitable for toxicology as it has variability between animals.
BALB/c is an albino, laboratory-bred strain of the house mouse from which several common sub strains are derived. BALB/c mice are useful for research into both cancer and immunology.
C57BL/6, often referred to as “C57 black 6”, “C57” or “black 6”. These are physiological or pathological models for in vivo experiments, background strain for transgenics and congenic
Wistar rat is another common hybrid albino model animal. The Wistar rat is currently one of the most popular rats used for laboratory research.
Spraugue Dawley Rat
The Sprague Dawley rat is a multipurpose breed of albino rat used extensively in medical and nutritional research.
Guinea Pig Strain
Dunkin Hartely White
Guinea pigs are a very good source of serum complement. Guinea pigs have been widely used in studies of immunology, hypersensitivity, ontological research etc.
Dunkin Hartely Colored
This guinea pig breed is used as an animal model for studying human diseases and toxins harmful to man, as well as the development of serums and vaccines.
New Zealand White
New Zealand rabbits are a common choice for laboratory testing because of their docility and good health. Rabbits react similarly to humans to diseases and medications. This reaction allows them to be used at pharmaceutical laboratories, cancer research centers, and university hospitals. New Zealand rabbits have been used to develop tests and drugs for diseases like diabetes, diphtheria, tuberculosis, cancer, and heart disease. The effects of skin creams, cosmetics, special diets, and food additives have also been tested on New Zealand rabbits.
A fixed formulation diet for Laboratory Rats and Mice fortified with vitamins and minerals to meet the requirements of breeding animals after the diet is autoclaved or irradiated.
The nutritive value of Lucerne is around 18-22% crude protein (CP) and around 10MJ/ kg DM of metabolizable energy (ME).
Socked Bengal Gram
Socked Bengal gram is a type of legume loaded with nutrients such as protein, fiber and carbohydrates. It is an incredible source of vitamins and minerals