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In a recent feature in GEN, Charles River’s Joseph Cornicelli and six other experts weigh in on what makes a good mouse model.
Joseph Cornicelli, a Scientific Advisor for Charles River Discovery Services in the areas of inflammation, and metabolic and cardiovascular diseases (and a frequent Eureka blogger) weighs in on recent data that appear to dampen the health risks of obesity. His post appeared on the popular blog site Science 2.0.
The Nobel Prize for Chemistry recognized three scientists this week for surpassing the perceived theoretical limit of resolution in optical microscopy; virus particles or proteins can now be resolved in a cell using fluorescent imaging. The work has particular significance for the study of Huntington’s.
Can recombinant DNA technology outfox the tiny chicken parvovirus stunting our broiler chickens? The experimental vaccine is composed of chicken parvovirus viral proteins manufactured by yeast cells.
The scientist who led the smallpox eradication campaign weighs in on the current crisis in West Africa.
With flu season approaching, it’s worth noting that the annual ounce of prevention we all should be rolling up our sleeves for, began with SPF chicken embryos for influenza vaccine seed production.
The ice bucket challenge heard round the world has helped raise awareness and over US$110 million (by last count) for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research. The bigger challenge will be finding more effective treatments, a cure or a way to prevent this complex neurodegenerative disorder.
Two new reports from the CDC and the WHO offer sobering forecasts on the escalating Ebola crisis in West Africa.
The significance of the microbiome and early immune education in securing a healthier and more balanced life is explored in depth in the 60-minute documentary “Microbirth,” released in theatres Sept. 20-21.
With the pharmaceutical sector more reticent about drug discovery, disease foundations are increasingly driving the science, and in the quest for novel treatments, cures and vaccines they are turning more to CROs