Your organization needs to focus its valuable resources on your core business: research. Outsourcing your animal breeding and husbandry activities to InVivos allows you to do just that
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Regional resource for research animal models and services.
Taconic Biosciences is a provider of genetically engineered rodent models and services. Specialists in Humanization and GEMS Management, Taconic helps clients acquire, generate, breed, precondition, test, and distribute relevant research models.
The Jackson Laboratory (JAX®) is an independent, nonprofit organization focusing on mammalian genetics research to advance human health. JAX® breed and manage colonies of mice to supply other research institutions and laboratories.
Development and Characteristics of hIL-6 NOG Mouse
– 11 October
Join this webinar to learn more about modeling the tumor microenvironment with hIL-6 NOG humanized mice.
Join Dr. Takeshi Takahashi of the CIEA as he examines the performance and applications of humanized NOG-hIL-2 and NOG-hIL-15 Tg mice in immuno-oncology drug discovery.
In this webinar, you will learn the biology of FcRn and how it impacts immunoglobulin and albumin half-life, why humanized FcRn mice are superior to other models for immunoglobulin lead selection, how to select and apply specific humanized FcRn variants for drug evaluation and How to design a pharmacokinetic study with this platform by reviewing the in vivo data of several known therapeutics.
In this webinar, you will learn the basis for genetic drift, case studies demonstrating genetic drift and its effects on experimental results, The Jackson Laboratory’s unique Genetic Stability Program to stop cumulative genetic drift and steps to ensure the long-term genetic and phenotypic stability of your mutant mice.
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Over the past couple of years InVivos’ team have put together several scientific posters. These can now be viewed on our website by clicking here. Once on the webpage you can click on the poster you are interested in to view the full size PDF. Make sure to check out these posters that were showcased at AFLAS 2016 and SALAS 2017.
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