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A Gene Knockout Mouse Model to Study Lung Disease and a Lung Disease Drug Target
Our researchers have created a gene knockout mouse model that lacks the cytochrome c oxidase subunit IV-2 in order to study the gene’s effects on controlling asthma. Background & Unmeet Need: Asthma is an inflammatory disease of the airways that affects 155 million people of all ages worldwide. Cytochome c oxidase (CcO) is a multi-subunit...
Published: 9/17/2019   |   Inventor(s): Maik Huttemann, Lawrence Grossman, David Bassett
Keywords(s): Asthma, Disease, Drug Target, Gene, Knock-out, Lung, Mouse Model
Category(s): Animal models, Biological materials, Life Science, Research tools, Protein/peptides
Peptide Antimicrobial
In vivo Display Technology for the Isolation of Antimicrobial Peptides Professor Philip R. Cunningham, Ph.D. Department of Biological Sciences @ Wayne State University Interest in peptides as antimicrobial agents has increased dramatically in recent years, driven primarily by the development of new technologies for producing, screening and analyzing...
Published: 5/3/2011   |   Inventor(s): Philip Cunningham, Wes Colangelo
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Category(s): Pharmaceuticals, Life Science, Research tools, Assays, Biological materials, Protein/peptides