Taconic is a global provider of genetically modified mouse and rat models and services. As a full-service industry leader, founded in 1952, Taconic helps clients acquire, test, develop, breed, cryopreserve, prepare, and distribute highly relevant research lines worldwide. Whether you require custom genetically engineered, humanized or research-ready models, Taconic's scientists will partner with you to rapidly and efficiently obtain the high quality models needed for your discovery or preclinical programs.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF), Thomas Jefferson University (Jefferson) and Taconic have collaborated to create, validate and distribute a valuable pre-clinical research tool: a genetically engineered rat with fluorescent dopamine-producing neurons - neurons that are affected in Parkinson's disease.
"Unlocking the Value of Genetically Engineered Rodent Models" workshop held as part of the
Singapore Assocation of Laboratory Animal Science (SALAS) conference
Dates: December 4-6, 2013
Location: Concorde Hotel, Singapore
Learn more about the speakers and topics.
Register for this workshop today by clicking here.
Title: Preclinical Evaluation of Anti-Metastatic Drugs
Date: December 4, 2013
Time: 11:00 AM ET
Speakers: From Oncodesign:
Xavier Tizon, Head of the imaging lab &
Caroline Mignard, Director of Oncodesign's Biological and Chemical Resource Center (BCRC) Moderator: Megan MacBride, PhD, Associate Scientific Marketing Director, Taconic
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