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Implantation: Implantation is an in vivo experiment, where a sample of a predefined shape is placed in the long bone of a mammal (rabbit, rat and mouse). After a specified time frame, the samples and surrounding tissues are examined histopathologically to determine the in vivo response of the materials. In general, short term implantation tests are conducted for up to 12 weeks and long term tests for up to 78 weeks. Since the animals are sacrificed, the number of animals is limited to a minimum number from an animal welfare point of view.
C) Subsequently, material goes to the in vivo toxicity lab. Here, materials extract is injected into animal bodies or material is placed in the animal body. After a long-term observation, the animal is sacrificed and the contacting body parts of the animal are taken to the histopathology lab for further experiments d) In the histopathology lab, animal tissues are prepared for microscopic analysis. Special techniques are adopted to make the sample for optical, scanning and transmission electron microscopy.