A multidisciplinary approach for fast, accurate answers
Accelerate development timelines and agrochemical product registration with Battelle’s cutting-edge toxicology services for agrochemical suppliers. Our world-class technical expertise and multidisciplinary approach will give you the answers you need to minimize risk and move your agrochemical products safely from the lab to the field.
Battelle is a recognized international leader in both general and inhalation toxicology services, with decades of experience in routine and non-traditional toxicology studies and new method development. Our state-of-the-art facilities and expert staff ensure accurate answers and highly defensible data for your product registration and regulatory compliance needs. We are fully compliant with Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
- General Toxicology. Battelle offers comprehensive product safety testing for both large and small molecule candidates, utilizing a wide range of large and small models and multiple delivery routes (including oral, intravenous, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intraperitoneal, dermal, tracheal instillation, inhalation and intrathalamic). Toxicology services for agriculture include metabolism studies, immunotoxicology, neurotoxicology, and dose range-finding for a variety of small molecules, nutraceuticals, complex mixtures, environmental contaminants, and HHS and USDA select agents and toxins. Our general toxicology services are supported by a range of additional in-house support services, including genomics, chemistry, our endocrine disruptor screening program (EDSP) and biomarker services.
- Inhalation Toxicology. Battelle offers unique experience and state-of-the-art facilities for inhalation toxicology studies using a wide variety of liquids, gasses, powders, aerosols, vapors and radio-labeled test materials. We use a controlled ventilation process which allows precision dosing and complete control of tidal volume, aerosol particle size, inspiratory flow rates, and the pattern of aerosol deposition on the lung for more precise and accurate results in pharmacokinetic and metabolism studies.