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APS researcher breaks down the challenges of ISO 10993 for E&L device testing
It’s commonplace in the CRO community: While researchers recognize the value of strict FDA rules set for biocompatibility testing, they’re
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The importance of rigorous ACT management during preclinical study procedures
During the preclinical testing of medical devices, one data point that regulatory officials are scrutinizing is the activated clotting time
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FAQs: Key facts to know about APS’s preclinical animal models
Whether you’ve contracted for pre-clinical testing before or you’re approaching the process for the first time, you may have key
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APS welcomes new Director of Toxicology, Dr. Harriet Kamendi
Dr. Harriet Kamendi is a graduate of Howard University’s Department of Pharmacology. Her research focused on characterizing the consequences of
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Fully equipped: APS features impressive range of research equipment
One of our most frequently asked questions at APS is the type and range of research equipment we feature on
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Moving forward: 6 points to expect with your APS preclinical research program
If you’re coming to APS with one of your first new medical devices, you may be uncertain how your preclinical
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New APS canine model enables better arthritis research
When APS scientists approached their company executives six years ago about initiating a new procedure for the study of arthritis,
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Your biocompatibility test failed. Now what?
The biocompatibility testing phase is an exciting time for producers of medical devices. It’s the first time you really get
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APS COVID-19 Response
Working with APS during these Unprecedented Times Updated 7/09/20 As we are all well aware, the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has
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APS’ human blood loop assay points to the future of hemocompatibility testing
APS has found a way to improve hemocompatibility testing for researchers seeking final FDA approval on blood-contacting medical devices —
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