Monthly Archives: June 2017


EDEMA – A SIGN OF UNDERLYING DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS

In around 30% of the knockout lines studied by DMDD, the embryos have edema – swelling due to fluid trapped in the embryo’s tissues.¬†Most of us have experienced edema at some point, after a bee sting, an infection or perhaps from hitting your thumb with a hammer. One reason that […]


MEET US AT ISDB 2017

  The International Society for Developmental Biologists 2017 meeting is taking place in Singapore from 18 – 22 June, and we’re currently putting the finishing touches to our exhibit. On stand 11, Emily and Chris will be able to show you detailed phenotype data for embryonic lethal knockout mouse lines, […]