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What do Antisense Oligonucleotides do?

What are Antisense oligonucleotides? Antisense Oligonucleotides (ASO) are short nucleotide chains of 8-50 nucleotides that present the structural.

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What is mCherry and How is it used?

mCherry is a fluorescent protein that presents a monomeric structure of 236 amino acids and a mass of 26.7 kDa. Fluorescent proteins are members of a.

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What is Alga: Environmental Toxicity Model

Algae are unicellular or multicellular photosynthetic and eukaryotic organisms that grow in fresh and salt water. They are an informal group of.

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Zebrafish models for human diseases

It may surprise you that this tiny stripey tropical fish’s genome is remarkably similar to the human genome. More than 70% of zebrafish’s.

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The Characteristics of Zebrafish

This tiny, easy-to-breed fish has become one of the most popular models used for scientific research and Drug discovery. An alternative to animal.

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Batch testing in pre-clinical research

When you take a medicine or have a vaccine you assume it is safe and will not harm you. To support this all new drugs that have been approved for.

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Kidney Toxicity Assessment

A wide variety of compounds are known to have an impact on nephrogenesis and renal functionality. Consequently, there is a need for nephrotoxicity.

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Fish used in Medical and Pre-clinical Research

As an alternative to rodents and other animals, fish are now becoming a popular model for medical research, especially for pre-clinical research..

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Why Zebrafish Genetics Are Ideal for Studying Human Disease

Science, in conjunction with research and development, has helped to provide the world with many medicines. As science continues to advance so must.

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How Are Rare Disease Studies Conducted?

Why are rare disease studies so important? Rare diseases impact people from all walks of life, all over the world. In the United States (USA), a rare.

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