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Preclinical Pharmacological Model of CAR T-Cell Therapy
Carvykti took nearly 4 years from its first clinical trial approval to its final launch, and preclinical research also took significant time and effort. The efficacy and safety evaluation of preclinical drugs is crucial for investigational new drug (IND) application. This article will introduce the selection of pharmacological models centering on preclinical studies of CAR T-cell therapy. Read More ›
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Fight for Sight - Targeting Genetic Factors of Ophthalmic Diseases
Genes play a highly significant role in the pathogenesis of eye diseases, some of which are highly prevalent in children and adults. Over 60% of cases of childhood blindness are caused by genetic factors (congenital glaucoma, ocular malformations, atrophy of the optic nerve, and retinitis pigmentosa). In adults, genetic factors can also be associated with serious eye diseases, including glaucoma and macular degeneration. Read More ›
Rare Diseases Cyagen Newsletter
SYNGAP1-Related Intellectual Disability (MRD5)
Cyagen assists in the research of rare diseases and provides various mouse/rat models, including the SYNGAP1-related rodent animal models. This article focuses on the gene SYNGAP1 and rare disease MRD5, aiming to help interested researchers continue to build on scientific literature and knowledge. Read More ›
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BALB/c Strains Now Available for TurboKnockout® Embryonic Stem Cell (ESC) Mediated Services
Cyagen is proud to announce the availability of BALB/c mouse models for all embryonic stem cell (ESC) based gene targeting services, including our proprietary TurboKnockout® technology. Read More ›
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CRISPR/Cas9 VS ES Targeting:Which is the optimal solution?
With the rapid advancement of biomedical technology in recent years, customized treatment methods such as targeted medicine, immunotherapy, and gene therapy have become the main directions of biomedical innovation - which is intimately related to the development of gene-editing technology. Read More ›