Laboratory Animal Research Models

Palamur Biosciences is a well acclaimed PreClinical Testing facility and the most preferred animal testing facility in India with species ranging from Fish, Avian, Rodent, Dogs, Minipigs (also conventional pigs), Sheep, etc.

We are a CPCSEA (Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments on Animals, Govt. Of India body), registered facility following the national and international animal welfare practices. Our Facility is AAALAC (Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care) Accredited from 2017 onwards and strictly follow the 3R Guiding Principles (Replacement, Refinement and Reduction) of Experimental animals and making sure our animals are looked after properly and used in minimum numbers.

However, PBS has committed to one step ahead and following the 4th R that is Rehabilitation. Our scientists have a moral responsibility to the animals after using them in the experiment. We care about the animals after procedure and rehabilitate them after certain period which is also a mandate process as per the legal requirement of CPCSEA.

The following practices are strictly followed by Palamur:

  • All the experiments are conducted in accordance with CPCSEA, (Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments on Animals) a Governmental body managing ethical animal’s research.
  • All our experiments are governed through Institutional Animal Ethic Care (IAEC)
  • All the Large animals experiments are governed through Large Animals Committee (under CPCSEA) after the recommendation from IAEC.
  • A team of veterinarians is appointed as Institutional Animals Welfare Officers, to ensure compliance of Institutional Animal Welfare policies.

Our Research Models :

  • Non-Rodents

    Beagle Dog




  • Rodents

    Rat (SD/Wistar)

    Mice (Mice-Balb / c, Swiss, C57BL/6)

    Rabbit (New Zealand White)

    Guinea Pigs
    (Dunkin Hartly & Color)

  • Avian

    Japanese Quail



    Mallard Duck

  • Fish

    Cold Water

    Common Carp


  • Others




    Honey Bee