Creative Animodel Supplies the Animal Models of Parkinson’s Disease

On May 9, 2016, Creative Animodel provides our customers with a new animal model of Parkinson’s disease. With this new animal model service, we would like to accelerate the process of drug discovery and treatment. And it will be a new stage in the development from pre-clinical to clinical research…. Read more »

Is there Really CRISPR System in Virus?

Since the discovery of giant virus, some of the features in giant virus are challenging the basic understanding of the definition. For example, they are complex and huge; they can be infected with virophages; while in the genome, there contains the linear virophage gene elements Giant viruses can be observed… Read more »

The Life of the Mice Is Effected by A Core Gene Expression

During the development of the mice before birth, knockout of the gene will shorten the lifespan of the mice. While, if it happens after birth, everything will be nothing. For the normal lifespan, the biology function of the body goes through the developing, slowing down and stopping at last. The… Read more »

Achieve An Unprecedented Success Rate of CRISPR Gene Editing

Researchers of the University of California at Berkeley had made significant improvements to the CRISPR-Cas9 technology, which achieved an unprecedented success rate of up to 60% when replacing the DNA with a short segment of DNA. This improved technology makes an attempt to fix the result in genetic diseases, such… Read more »

Antisense Oligonucleotides Can Help to Improve the Motor and Cognitive fFnction of Severe Huntington’s Disease mouse model

Researchers at the Ludwig Cancer Research Center of California University of have found that a new Antisense Oligonucleotides drug can improve the variation gene silence related to Huntington’s disease. Through the study of mice and other primate models, the researchers believe that the drug may have a protective effect on… Read more »

What Is the CRISPR/Cas9 Technology?

CRISPR/Cas9 (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) is a newly emerging gene-targeted editing technology directed by RNA Cas9 nuclease to targeted gene. CRISPR/Cas9 is an acquired immune defense mechanism evolved in response to the continuous attacks of viruses and plasmids by bacteria and archaea. In this system, crRNA (CRISPR-derived RNA)… Read more »

New Strategies to Combat Obesity / Metabolic Syndrome

Recently, researchers at the Marshall University of Joan C. Edwards (SOM) have identified a mechanism for blocking the signal of cell sodium potassium pump amplified oxidant (reactive oxygen species). These oxidants can lead to obesity and metabolic syndrome(ADME service). The results of the study was published in this week’s issue… Read more »

Optical Scanners Directly Screen Breast Cancer

American researchers say that a hand-held optical scanning apparatus has the potential to achieve real-time imaging of breast tumors. That experiment was held on the xenograft tumor models. That apparatus was originally developed by the Florida International University. It used a near-infrared laser two level light source to generate breast… Read more »