Porcine Materials and Pharmaceuticals
Among the different uses of porcine tissues and other pig coproducts, the pharmaceutical industry
maximizes the use of pigs to research and create new medicines that improve the lives of humans and
animals. This use of porcine materials helps pharmaceutical research continue to innovate and discover
the medicines of the future.
Pigs are a primary source of materials for animal biologics. Biologics are potent medicines that are made
from the molecules, cells or tissues of living things. Biologics can come from microorganisms, insects,
plants or animals. From common medicines to cutting-edge porcine biologics, pigs play a huge role in
the treatment of illness and disease.
Porcine Materials Used in Pharmaceutical Applications
• Organs and glands
• Blood vessels
• Reproductive organs
Medicines and Medicinal Components Made from Porcine Materials
• Thyroid medications
Dozens upon dozens of products are made from this short list of porcine materials. In turn, these
products contribute to many more pharmaceutical applications and continue to play important roles in
the development of new medicines and biomedical advances.
Because of the nature of porcine biologics, production methods demand consistent quality and purity to
continue saving lives. At SSR, we pride ourselves in the quality we provide and the ability to scale our
production to meet the precise needs of our clients
If you have any other questions about our products, services or partnership opportunities, please contact Jessica Freeman at email@example.com or Lauren Sammel at LSammel@ssr-solutions.com.
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