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HREM WORKSHOP

HREM workshop at the Division of Anatomy, Medical University of Vienna, 23-24 May 2019 HREM was the main imaging method used by the DMDD programme to enable phenotyping of embryos from genetically engineered mouse lines. Workshop tutors will include former members of the DMDD programme who developed and perfected the […]

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PLACENTAL DEFECTS ARE HIGHLY PREVALENT IN EMBRYONIC LETHALS

It is widely known that a functional placenta is vital for normal embryonic development, but how much it may contribute to embryonic lethality has never before been systematically studied. Our research, published in Nature, demonstrates for the first time a remarkable co-association between embryonic lethality and placental defects. A healthy […]


WEB TESTING AT THE BSCB/BSDB MEETING

At our BSCB/BSDB exhibitor stand, we created a little web testing station, complete with ‘booth’ – the computer and user are hidden behind our poster board in this photo. Volunteers were asked to spend 10 minutes testing our website, and in return were entered into a prize draw for a £50 […]