Amyloidosis is a rare disease caused by extracellular deposition of insoluble abnormal fibrils derived from aggregation of a misfolded variant of a […]
This mouse is deficient for TP53INP1 (both isoforms TP53INP1alpha and TP53INP1beta). TP53INP1 is a key stress factor endowed with a tumor suppressor […]
Invalidation of apelin in adipose tissue with an aP2CRE-LoxAPL mouse […]
These germ free mice are colonized with human microflora and fed a high fat diet which allows the study of the impact of pre and probiotics on the […]
The mice are hemizygous for the human apolipoprotein A2 (ApoA2) gene expressed under the control of the homologous promoter (-911/+2045). They are […]
TPM3-ALK (Tropomyosin 3-Anaplastic lymphoma kinase) is oncogenic tyrosine kinase implicated in the pathogenesis of human ALK-positive lymphoma. We […]
TSSP is a novel protease suspected to edit the peptide repertoire presented by MHC class II molecules in the thymus. Prss16, the gene coding for TSSP […]
Uncoupling protein (UCP) 3 is a mitochondrial inner membrane protein expressed predominantly in glycolytic skeletal muscles.Transgenic mice were […]
We can provide mice a nutritional model of mice which become either type 2 diabetic without obesity, or obese and diabetic or mainly obese. […]
we generated mice in which the model antigen influenza hemagglutinin (HA) is selectively expressed as a neo-self antigen in oligodendrocytes, referred […]
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