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Bbs5 Mice and New Research Progress
Feb 23, 2022
In mouse models, what did the researchers find? How does BBS5 knockout/conditional knockout affect mouse phenotype? Please find the answers below, in our Weekly Model research review. Read More >
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Ybx2 Mice and New Research Progress
Jan 28, 2022
The YBX2 gene is a germ cell-specific gene, and the phenotype of knockout mice is mainly focused on germ cells. These results indicate that suitable knockout mice are helping to study how the formation of germ cells are influenced by Ybx2. Read More >
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Mouse Models of Adamts5 and Drug Development Progress
Jan 19, 2022
In the previous article, we shared the diseases related to ADAMTS5 gene mutations, such as osteoarthritis (OA) . Read More >
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Marchf2 knockout mice and New Research Progress
Dec 31, 2021
In the previous article, we shared some diseases related to MARCHF2 (a.k.a. MARCH2). To this end, we introduce gene research' s next great example of this – Marchf2 knockout mice. Read More >
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Inpp5e Knockout Mice and New Research Model Progress
Dec 23, 2021
To study the mechanisms that are largely unknown, researchers use gene knockout or down-regulation to regulate the expression of mouse Inpp5e gene. Read More >
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Mut-Stat3 Mice and New Research Model Progress
Dec 10, 2021
Gene research' s next great example– Mut-Stat3 mice  – which has the potential to alter the behavior of or even eliminate autosomal dominant hyper-IgE syndrome (AD-HIES). Read More >
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Gene Fgf20 Mouse Models and New Research Progress
Nov 26, 2021
In future studies, FGF20 may become a hot target for researchers of Parkinson’s disease. Genes perform a variety of functions, and FGF20 is no exception. Read More >
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HNRNPC Mouse Models and New Research Progress
Nov 17, 2021
The establishment of these mouse models is helpful for research on the function of the hnRNP C1 and C2 proteins and the regulatory expression of the splicing factor hnRNP C. Insight into new research results Read More >