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High-throughput genomics and the Sword of Damocles
is institutional in nature since no institution can afford the disenfranchisement of a large proportion of its life sciences faculty whom are not bioinformaticians or computer systems analysts. Unless universities and corporate research entities rapidly invest...
Swine models of Human Conditions
Since the introduction of Dolly, the first cloned sheep, genetic engineering of livestock has advanced to the point that nearly any genetic modification appears feasible. Genes can be introduced, deleted or altered in ...
Derivation and characterization of LIF and FGF2 dependent Porcine Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells [abstract]
. Currently, the ability of LIF-piPSC to give rise to teratoma and chimeras is under investigation. Supported by Missouri Life Sciences Board Grant 00022147 and NIH grant HD21896....
Genetically Engineered Swine Models to Study Diseases like Cystic Fibrosis
Swine have become important in biomedical research as they are excellent models for a variety of diseases including cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis, cutaneous pharmacology, wound repair, cancer, diabetes, ophthalmology, ...
Cloning & Transgenic Swine for Medical and Agricultural Uses at MU
important that it has helped establish the National Swine Resource and Research Center at the University of Missouri to serve as a genetic resource for the biomedical community....
Swab Test Using ELISA Technique for Diagnosis of Brown Recluse Bites
Envenomations by the brown recluse spider, Loxosceles reclusa, are a significant source of morbidity and occasional mortality in endemic regions of the United States, and misdiagnoses are common. A survey of physicians in the endemic area has shown...