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    What is CRO preclinical? It is a term used for the process of testing drugs and other pharmaceuticals in pre-clinical conditions. It is usually performed at pharmaceutical companies or medical research facilities where the drugs will be developed.

    These clinical trials usually last for only a few weeks. This is because most drug companies want to get the best result with the least risk. Because they have this concern, they conduct these tests on a very small scale first, with a few drugs being tested at one time. This allows the company to do more experiments with fewer animals without much risk involved.

    The term CRO comes from the name of the company. It stands for clinical research operator. CRO preclinical refers to the clinical trial in which the drug is tested. In most cases, it is conducted by an independent third party company. They conduct the experiments, collect the data and analyze the data to come up with conclusions about the drug's effects on patients. - http://www.prisysbiotech.com/
    What is CRO preclinical? It is a term used for the process of testing drugs and other pharmaceuticals in pre-clinical conditions. It is usually performed at pharmaceutical companies or medical research facilities where the drugs will be developed.

    These clinical trials usually last fo...See more
    Nonhuman Primate CRO – Pharmacology Efficacy, Preclinical and Nonclinical drug development | Prisys Biotech
    Nonhuman Primate CRO – Pharmacology Efficacy, Preclinical and Nonclinical drug development | Prisys Biotech
    A Shanghai-based integrated Nonhuman Primate CRO and research platform providing disease models on key disease areas for drug efficacy or pharmacology assessment in nonclinical or preclinical phase, with human translatable endpoints.
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