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, together with high resolution images of the embryos, like this Actn4 knockout embryo with abnormal lens epithelium morphology. You’ll also be able to try out our database at dmdd.org.uk where you can search and analyse all DMDD data free of charge.
While you’re there you can pick up a free DMDD mug, along with promotional flyers for our database.
We’re excited to be sharing the stand with our colleagues from eMouseAtlas, so you can also find out more about their digital atlas of mouse development. We look forward to meeting you!