Pig Tissue

SUBTYPE:Central Nervous SystemEndocrineGastrointestinalHair/Skin/NailsHead and NeckLiverLymphoidMammaryOtherReproductiveRespiratorySoft TissueUrinary
STRAINS:Landrace CrossPigRed DurocYorkshire
FORMAT:FFPEFresh (cold)FrozenOCT EmbeddedPremium HomogenateSnap FrozenStandard Homogenate
APPLICATION & SPECIALITY USES:ADME-Toxicology Products and Services
Keywords:FFPEHistologyHomogenateOCT EmbeddedSnap frozen tissue



Porcine models are used in translational research and as surgical models. They are increasingly being used as the primary nonrodent species in preclinical toxicologic testing of pharmaceuticals.

BioIVT provides pig tissues for a variety of in vitro testing applications. We provide standard formats as well as customized tissue preparations to meet your research needs.

Features & Benefits

  • Ability to customize the sample based on any requirements or protocol needs
  • Universal standard operating procedure in use at each animal facility
  • Tissue available from all commercially available pig models
  • Tissue formats include:
    • Fresh (cold)
    • Frozen
    • Snap Frozen (LN2)
    • Standard Homogenate
      • Prepared from frozen tissue
      • No enzyme activity level guaranteed
      • Applications: for use as a matrix or control in assays
    • Premium Homogenate
      • Prepared from fresh tissue
      • Preserved activity level
      • Applications: For use in assays where enzyme activity may be measured
    • FFPE blocks
    • OCT Embedded
  • Available Tissue Types:


Adipose Aorta Bladder Brain Cervix Colon Diaphragm Embryo(s) Eye(s)
Gall bladder Heart Hypothalamus Intestine (Large) Intestine (Small) Kidney Liver Lung(s) Lymph Node
Muscle Ovary Pancreas Prostate Skin Spinal Cord Spleen Stomach Testicles
Thymus Thyroid Tonsil Uterus And More



THIS PRODUCT IS BEING SOLD FOR RESEARCH AND, OR MANUFACTURING PURPOSES ONLY.  The biological samples supplied by BioIVT, or any of material isolated from the samples, are for in vitro research use only and are not to be used as a source of material for clinical therapies.  Human material may be used in vivo in animals. THE USER ASSUMES ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ITS USAGE AND DISPOSAL, IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL REGULATIONS.