Charles River is pleased to invite you to our Seminar at the University of Edinburgh on Wednesday 2 November. During this event we plan to offer informative presentations on a range of subjects and welcome everyone to ask questions and join in on our discussions with relevant specialists from Charles River and The Jackson Laboratory.
10:00 - 11:00
Key Differences among B6 Substrains and the Research Impact
The most widely used inbred strain, C57BL/6 (B6), has several substrains such as the B6J and the B6N and many assume them to be genetically identical. However there are genetic and phenotypic differences between them that can confound interpreting and reproducing results. Join us to learn more.
11:00 - 12:00
Comparing Immunodeficient Mice for Cancer, Immunity and Transplant Research
Mouse strains with varying degrees of immunodeficiency are powerful tools for modeling human disease. In this seminar, we will highlight the most widely used immunodeficient models and discuss important considerations for selecting the most appropriate one.
12:00 - 14:00
University of EdinburghChancellor's Building,49 Little France Cres.Seminar Room 2Edinburgh EH16 4SBUnited Kingdom
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