Posted on 20 Mar 2017
The Newly Discovered Role Played by GARP2 in Accelerating Retinal Degradation Diseases such as retinis pigmentosa have long been known to cause blindness and impaired visual function. Scientists at the UAB School of Potometry, led by Marci DeRamus, PhD…

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Posted on 07 Mar 2017
A Detailed Analysis of the Price and Value of Knockout Mouse Models According to a recent report on the pricing analysis of knockout mouse models there are many more factors involved in determining the monetary value of the mice,…

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Posted on 24 Feb 2017
New Insight on the Effects of the ARMC5 Gene on Patients Suffering from Cushing’s Syndrome Genetic experiments and knockout mice have recently helped scientists at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM) gain new insight on the effects…

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Posted on 15 Feb 2017
Scientists Discover a Faster and More Accurate Method of Studying the Circadian Rhythm Nearly all animals that follow a 24-hour cycle are subject to the famous circadian rhythms – the physiological shifts that regulate our biology at a cellular…

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Posted on 12 Jan 2017
The Study of RILF Through a Genetically Modified Murine Mouse Model While studying RILF (reversible infantile liver failure), a mitochondrial disease that can cause severe unbalance in liver functions during infancy, scientists in Japan have found that they can…

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Posted on 05 Jan 2017
New Research Sheds Light on the Role of Fat Metabolism in Cardiac Health Scientists know that the heart predominantly uses lipids as fuel in order to function. However, recent research conducted by molecular biologist Dr. Weiqin Chen of Augusta…

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