With our cardiovascular training methods, Noble Life Sciences brings comprehensive expertise to the development of these tests. Our medical device division provides surgical expertise and supports utilizing state of the art equipment to better our understanding of cardiovascular disease and injury.
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Advance your cardiovascular research
We provide in-depth testing for interventional cardiology programs. Every study is conducted by trained scientists who are committed to excellence.
Our medical device testing services include GLP and non-GLP studies, multi-species in vivo testing, prototype evaluation, and more.
We offer expertise and support to advance your cardiovascular device research in the following areas:
- Models of acute myocardial infarction (with or without reperfusion)
- Heart valve studies
- Peripheral arterial disease
- Thrombosis models
- Venous/arterial grafts
- Cardiac assist devices
- Cell Therapy
- In vivo Heart Capture
- Langendorff Working Heart Perfusion Stand
- Electrophysiology Studies
- Electrostimulation and Prototype Evaluation
Noble Life takes pride in its knowledge, expertise, and customer satisfaction. With over 15 years of experience in the medical device community, we are driven to provide high quality, flexible, customized, and cost-effective research and development solutions for you.
Our Team Can Help
Our team of senior scientists have the experience you need to accelerate your preclinical research
Ali Mohammadabadi, Ph.D.
Ivan Tatarov, D.V.M.
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Noble Life Sciences, in collaboration with ImQuest Biosciences, has optimized the peritonitis/sepsis mouse model to screen for new antibacterial agents against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). The model’s popularity derives from its ease of use with small and expensive animals, short-duration experiments with reproducible infections, and simple end-points.
Immunophenotyping of Tumor-Infiltrating Immune Cells in Mouse Syngeneic Tumor Models Using Multi-Color Flow Cytometry Assays
The in vivo animal tumor models possessing fully functional immunity are essential for preclinical research of new immunotherapeutic medicine. Syngeneic tumor models are...