Our Center presented a poster at the Core Fair for UConn and UConn Health researchers
We now currently offer PiggyBac-on-BAC for single copy integration of transgenes. This offers reliable and consistent expression of large constructs.
A rare mutation in a gene causes weak bones in mice and people – but not for the reasons you might expect. UConn researchers report in the September 7, 2018 issue of the Journal of Biological Chemistry how this mutation creates more bone-making cells but results in less bone, and find intriguing hints as to how the gene might affect other conditions as diverse as breast cancer and dementia. See full story from UConn Today.
We attended the Genome Editing and Co-located Advances in Transgenic Technology USA Congress in Boston, May 10-11, 2017. Continue reading