Shanghai Model Organisms Center Inc. News
U-HuDTMbase® is composed of more than 600 therapeutic target-humanized mouse models, including multiple background strains, and has covered almost all commonly studied areas, such as oncology, metabolism, immunity, inflammation and more.
Shanghai Model Organisms Center Inc.(SMOC) received the approval of Animal Welfare Assurance from the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW) of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) for its animal facility on January 25, 2021.
SMOC’s Annual Progress and Advances in Preclinical immuno-Oncology Research: The workshop is designed as a forum for ideas and opinions exchange on how to decrease the rate of clinical failures in oncology and immuno-oncology.
After the base is put into operation, SMOC’s capability to provide genetically modified rat/mouse models and technical services including gene function research and drug development will be greatly enhanced.
On March 22, Dr. Ruilin Sun, the deputy general manager of SMOC, gave a seminar on how to generate, breed and use genetically modified mouse models for biomedical research, at Wenzhou Medical University.
Published on today's Nature Genetics, Prof. Bin Zhou's research group from Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology revealed the bona fide role of bronchioalveolar stem cells (BASC) during lung repair and regeneration.
On Dec 16, 2018, Broad Institute and Shanghai Model Organisms Center Inc (SMOC) has entered into a non-exclusive license agreement under which Broad has granted SMOC worldwide rights to commercialize a service platform for genetically modified mouse models under Broad's intellectual property.
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