Research features Back to News March 20, 2021 Knock-in mice to the rescueKnock-in mice have an insertion in a specific locus in order to produce genetically modified mice for various … Read more December 7, 2020 Advances in antitumour immunityAn important function of the immune system is its ability to recognise and attack foreign cells without damaging … Read more August 7, 2020 Sending ‘Hobit’ on a questIn the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are more aware than ever how exposed our bodies are … Read more June 20, 2019 Insights into cancer researchMany of our customers work in the field of cancer research. We would like to share two recent … Read more February 9, 2018 Innate immunity insightsOur immune system consists of innate and adaptive subsystems working together. … Read more October 9, 2017 Epigenetics and the brainPsychiatric conditions are often caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. … Read more August 23, 2017 Shedding light on EPPWhile most of us enjoy a sunny day, people suffering from erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP) have a less pleasant … Read more July 14, 2017 Insights into pluripotencyEmbryonic Stem (ES) cells are pluripotent; they are able to develop into any cell type in an embryo … Read more May 22, 2017 Cancer vaccinesCancer vaccines are currently the focus of numerous research groups worldwide. … Read more April 20, 2017 Revisiting Niemann-Pick Type CBack in 2011, Ozgene created two mouse models for the Hempel family, whose twin daughters suffer from a … Read more 12…5Next All items displayed.