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NeuroScience Associates (NSA) is a global leader in mass-production neurohistology services. Through our proprietary MultiBrain® and MultiCord® technologies, NSA can provide your organization with faster throughput times on research tissue in a very cost effective manner.

 

   Key benefits of our services include:

  • A reduction in research and development cycle times
  • Better quality through consistent staining conditions
  • Expedient turn around time - usually three to four weeks
  • Competitive pricing
  • Multiple configurations to suit various types of tissues and species

 

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Upcoming events

Society of Toxicologic Pathology (STP)
June 22-26, 2014
Washington, DC
Booth #: 311

NeuroTrauma Convention (NNS)
June 29 - July 2, 2014
San Francisco, CA
Booth #: 08

AAIC 2014
July 12-17, 2014
Copenhagen, Denmark
Booth #: C1-106

NIH Fall Research Festival
September 23-24, 2014
Bethesda, MD
Booth #: 659

Society for Neuroscience (SfN)
November 15-19, 2014
Washington, DC
Booth #: 1832 and 1837

Society of Toxicology (SOT) 2015
March 22-26, 2015
San Diego, CA
Booth #: TBA

Neurotechnology Industry Organization (NIO) 2015
May 7-8, 2015
San Francisco, CA

NSA can provide GLP compliant services when requested. Click here for more details!



Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research Announces LRRK2 LEAPS Awards 2014 Click to read more (external site)

ALS Association New Grants Announced February 4, 2014 Click to read more (external site)

Neurotoxicity study design presentation (PowerPoint format in a .zip file)

Articles including services provided by NSA:

"Conditional deletion of neuronal cyclin-dependent kinase 5 in developing forebrain results in microglial activation and neurodegeneration"
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"Intracerebroventricular amyloid-beta antibodies reduce cerebral amyloid angiopathy and associated micro-hemorrhages in aged Tg2576 mice" Click to read more (external site)...

"B-vitamin deficiency causes hyper-homocysteinemia and vascular cognitive impairment in mice"
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