- August 5, 2014 | BY
The microbiome is far more likely to influence research than any bacteria routinely monitored in rodents today.
- July 28, 2014 | BY
Regulators want to swap the QT test for a 21st century approach for assessing the cardiac safety of novel drugs. Is it likely that the platform will meet the envisaged 2015 deadline?
- July 23, 2014 | BY
A boon to schizophrenia research.
- July 21, 2014 | BY
And a cervical screening approach that actually does make sense.
- July 8, 2014 | BY
In this Charles River podcast, learn about some of the earliest works undertaken in South Carolina to conserve these sea creatures, and how it benefits us.
- June 30, 2014 | BY
Before hopping on the NAT-train, there are several factors to consider
- June 26, 2014 | BY
Harnessing a patient’s own infection-fighting T cells to fight untreatable cancer has sparked a great deal of excitement and news reports lately, thanks in no small part to several small clinical trials that demonstrated spectacular results, including complete remission, in some patients.
- June 23, 2014 | BY
Cindy Buckmaster, Director of the Center for Comparative Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas and Vice President for the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS), rallied the lab animal science community to rise up and begin engaging the public about the significant contributions made every day in animal research.
- June 17, 2014 | BY
While studying the impact of cage size on inbred and outbred mice and rats, researchers from Charles River stumbled on an unusual behavioral pattern that suggests even laboratory rodents may need a break from the kids.
- June 16, 2014 | BY
Or how to add some introspection to the scientific research model.