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How Much Do You Know About The Behavioral Differences Between Rats And Mice?
Jan 16, 2023
Murine genomes share great similarity with the human genome, which has made both mice and rats fantastic models for a wide range human disease research. Read More >
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The Morris Water Maze: Illustrated Handbook for Researchers
Jan 10, 2023
The Morris water maze is a widely used task in behavioral neuroscience for the study of spatial learning and memory, while additionally testing endurance and physical strength. Read More >
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Y Maze Behavioral Task: Studying the function of spatial learning and memory in Neuroscience research
Dec 29, 2022
Since animals can't speak, they can't tell you whether they remember what just happened, or what they are experiencing at this moment. The most direct way to understand what they are thinking is to observe their behaviors. Read More >
CAR Cell Therapy Research Models: Conversation with The Experts
Dec 22, 2022
Animal models play an important role in the preclinical evaluation of cancer immunotherapy. Let's hear from the experts from Cyagen! Read More >
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Cyagen and Landau Strengthen Cooperation to Accelerate the Research and Development of AI-designed AAV Gene Therapy Vectors
Dec 12, 2022
Recently, Cyagen and Guangdong Landau Biotechnology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Landau Biotech") strengthened their strategic partnership on the basis of the original strategic cooperation. Read More >
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A Good Helper for SARS-CoV-2 & COVID-19 Research: Selection and Application of Mouse Models
Dec 06, 2022
Animal models have assisted researchers' understanding of COVID-19 pathogenesis and host immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infection, and are of great significance in helping the rapid development of disease preventatives, vaccines, and treatments. Read More >
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Application of Flow Cytometry in Preclinical CAR-T Development
Nov 28, 2022
Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell (CAR-T) Immunotherapy uses genetic engineering technology to transform autologous or allogeneic T cells into new killer cells targeting tumor-specific antigens, by which remarkable results have been achieved in the treatment of hematological malignancies. Read More >
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The First Artificial Chief Scientific Officer: AI Marvin
Nov 21, 2022
Have you ever wondered what the future of science education looks like? Many envision a future of readily accessible science knowledge and facts presented by intelligent, interactive teachers. Read More >
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Cyagen and Neurophth Enter Global Strategic Collaboration to Develop AI-Designed AAV Gene Therapy Vectors for Ophthalmic Disorders
Nov 08, 2022
Cyagen today announced a strategic collaboration with Neurophth Therapeutics, Inc. to co-develop next-generation AAV gene therapy vectors for specific types of genetic ophthalmic disorders. Read More >
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Animal Welfare Focus: Humane Endpoints in Rats and Mice in Tumor Research Programs
Nov 04, 2022
In recent years, more and more people advocate the "3Rs" principle of experimental animals: Reduction, Replacement, and Refinement. Read More >