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Recent Client Publications!

Last Updated on August 3, 2017 by ingenious

Congratulations to our Clients

Congratulations to our Clients Dr. Douglas Gould from UCSF School of Medicine, Dr. Ichizo Nishino from National Institute of Neuroscience, Japan, & Dr. Jian-xing Ma from University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Their research and publications included the use of conditional knockout models, and point mutation knockin mouse models from ingenious. They now are among the hundreds of labs who have published their research with custom mouse models from ingenious.

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Mao M, Kiss M, Ou Y, Gould DB. 2017. Genetic dissection of anterior segment dysgenesis caused by a Col4a1 mutation in mouse. Dis Model Mech 10:475-485.

Model Type: Conditional Knockout

Noguchi S, Ogawa M, Malicdan MC, Nonaka I, Nishino I. 2017. Muscle Weakness and Fibrosis Due to Cell Autonomous and Non-cell Autonomous Events in Collagen VI Deficient Congenital Muscular Dystrophy. EBioMedicine 15:193-202.

Model Type: Point Mutation Knockin

Shin Y, Moiseyev G, Chakraborty D, Ma JX. 2017. A Dominant Mutation in Rpe65, D477G, Delays Dark Adaptation and Disturbs the Visual Cycle in the Mutant Knock-In Mice. Am J Pathol 187:517-527.

Model Type: Point Mutation Knockin

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