Universidad de Granada
Thursday, October 7
This virtual event will be held on Microsoft Teams.
A few days after registering, you'll receive an Outlook Calendar invitation.
09h30 Genetic Drift – What it is and How to Minimize its Impact on Your Research
The phenotypes of genetically modified mouse strains depend on the genetic mutation and background. Genetic background is subject to genetic drift which may result in phenotypic drift over time. In this seminar, you will learn about the following topics:
- The basis for genetic drift
- Case studies demonstrating genetic drift and its effects on experimental results
- The Jackson Laboratory’s unique Genetic Stability Program to stop cumulative genetic drift
- Steps to ensure the long-term genetic and phenotypic stability of your mutant mice
Speaker: Jean Cozzi, PhD, Innovation Manager, Genetically Engineered Models and Services Europe, Charles River
10h30 Selecting Immunodeficient Mice For Oncology & Immuno-Oncology Research
Immunodeficent mice are powerful tools for modelling cancer, but how does one go about choosing the most appropriate model for a specific study purpose? During our presentation we will review and highlight the key considerations including:
- Selecting the most appropriate model and levels of immunodeficiency
- Benefits and limitations of nude, SCID, and Rag-null mice
- Applications and innovations using the versatile NOD scid gamma (NSG®) strain
- Generating mouse models with a "humanised" immune system
Speaker: Emmanuelle Campigna, PhD, Regional Manager Business Development Spain & Portugal, Charles River
Do you have questions? Would you like to discuss your project? Come and talk with our scientific experts.
Carlos García de la Torre
Account Manager | Charles River
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