Rabbits are often chosen as animal models for the study of eye pathologies, including pathologies of the retina and choroid. Fixation of the eyeball of a rabbit is a difficult task. In the process of fixation, many artifacts occur in it.
The article presents a literature review of biological features, zootechnical characteristics of content and breeding, as well as models of pathologies most frequently reproduced in the Mongolian gerbils.
The intranasal drug delivery has been become increasingly interesting not only for the treatment of acute and chronic nasal cavity diseases but mainly for drug delivery to the central nervous system and/or systemic blood over the past decades.
Urinary tract infections (UTI) are the most common diseases in outpatient and hospital practice, the most common manifestation of which is cystitis. In addition to the medical component, the social significance of this problem is extremely important.
No biological experiment is carried out without the participation of laboratory animals, while rats are most often used, which are a stable model that allows you to reproduce various pathological processes.