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胚操作と遺伝子改変

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Feb. 12th, 2024
Collaboration research with Prof. Seok Hee Park (Sungkyunkwan University) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Feb. 11th, 2024
The paper on which Mikami is the first author has been published in Exp Anim; updated "Publications"page
Jan. 9th, 2024
Collaboration research with Prof. Matsumoto (Department of Rheumatology, University of Tsukuba) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Jan. 5th, 2024
Collaboration research with Dr. Tsumura (National Research Institute for Child Health and Development) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Nov. 30th, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Seong-Jin Kim (GILO Institute) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Nov. 25th, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Hayashi (University of Tokyo) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Oct. 10-26th, 2023
Mr. HUNG LAC DUONG had a research experience in our lab as part of the Summer Research Program Plus.SRP-Plus_2023
Oct. 12th, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Ogawa (Laboratory of Behavioral Neuroendocrinology, University of Tsukuba) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Sep. 10th, 2023
Morimoto got the best presenter award in the AdAMS Technical Training Course for the youth 2023.
Sep. 8th, 2023
Collaboration research with Dr. Yoshiki & Dr. Nakashiba (Riken-BRC) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Sep. 5, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Ema (Shiga University of Medical Science) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Aug.28-Sep.5, 2023
One undergraduate student (Ms. Nguyen Thuy Vy) joined our lab as a part of the SAKURA Undergraduate Medical Science Course.
Aug. 27th, 2023
Collaboration research with Dr. Yoshiki & Dr. Aayabe (Riken-BRC) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Tamasato, Ikeda, and Morimoto are the first authors of this paper.
Aug. 11th, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Shimano (Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism, University of Tsukuba) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Aug. 1st, 2023
updated "Member"page
Jul. 28th, 2023
Hayate received a presentation award at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Teratology Society Presentation awards for K&S
Jul. 26-28th, 2023
Four high school students had a research experience in the High School Science Experience Program!High School Science Experience Program_2023
Jul. 1st, 2023
Kang received a presentation award at Tokyo University of Science-University of Tsukuba Retreat! Presentation awards for K&S
May. 31, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Fijita (Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine (Regenerative Medicine), University of Tsukuba) has been published; updated "Publications"page
May. 16, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Takahashi (Department of Anatomy and Embryology, University of Tsukuba) has been published; updated "Publications"page
May. 1, 2023
updated "Member"page
Apr. 22, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Sakurai (IIIS, University of Tsukuba) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Apr. 15, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Satoh (Tohoku University) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Apr. 4, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Kunimura & Prof. Fukui (Kyushu University) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Apr. 3, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Miyaki (Hiroshima University) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Apr. 1, 2023
updated "Member"page
Mar. 31, 2023
Morimoto received the Trainee award and the Verne Capman scholar award at the 36th International Mammalian Genome Conference.
Mar. 24, 2023
Congratulations on graduation!
Mar. 7, 2023
Collaboration research with Prof. Yanagisawa & Prof. Funato (IIIS, University of Tsukuba) has been published; updated "Publications"page
Dec. 9, 2022
Collaboration research with Prof. Yanagisawa & Prof. Funato (IIIS, University of Tsukuba) has been published; updated "Publications"page

Past News

Mission


Mice share 95% of human genes and develop many of the same human diseases caused by the same genetic factors. Therefore, the laboratory mouse is a very useful experimental animal that provides us with an essential experimental platform for the advancement of medical research. In particular, genetically engineered mice are very commonly used to investigate the function of genes and proteins involved in development, homeostasis, and disease.

Our Lab aim to develop a new concept of genetically engineered animals that will serve as the basis for future medical and life science research by combining advanced manipulation techniques of mouse early embryos and mouse ES cells with the latest genome editing technology.
We also aim to elucidate unknown biological phenomena in the heart and germ cells by using these mouse models.


For more information, please see the video of Mizuno's public mini-lecture on the production of genetically modified mice using genome editing technology.






Last update Jan. 9th, 2024

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Laboratory Animal Science, University of Tsukuba

〒305-8575
Tennodai 1-1-1,Tsukuba, Ibaraki,
University of Tsukuba,
Laboratory Animal Resource Center
B building, 2nd floor

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