Microglia is a resident macrophage of the parenchyme central nervous system and fulfills the important role in brain development, homeostasis, and inflammation. The pure microglia […]Continue reading
Phenotyping of Gap-Junctional Coupling in the Mouse Retina.
In the Retina of Mammals, the intersection of the gap, made of Connexin protein, found in all types of neuron cells and are important for […]Continue reading
New models for human disease from the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium.
International Mouse Phenotype Consortium (IMPC) continues to expand the catalog of mammalian genes by doing genome and fenome-wide phenotypes on the KO mouse lane. The […]Continue reading
Phenotyping neurons activated in the mouse brain during restoration of salt debt.
Excessive consumption of salt contributes to hypertension, which is the main risk factor for strokes, heart and kidney disease. Therefore it characterizes neuronal pathways that […]Continue reading
A feasibility study of OCT for anatomical and vascular phenotyping of mouse embryo.
The phenotype of the embryo of the genetic murine model is very valuable when investigating the function of the gene underlying embryonic development and birth […]Continue reading
Phenotyping Intact Mouse Bones Using Bone CLARITY
Bones are usually studied using traditional histological techniques, namely, series and coloring parts. While effective, these techniques are tiring and destructive, because the original 3D […]Continue reading