Developed by Kumamoto University, etc., a biological tissue transplant needle kit that does not cause pain to mice
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The developed living tissue transplant needle kit streamlines the establishment of a PDX model that will be used in the development of anticancer drugs in the future and does not cause pain to mice, contributing not only to the prognosis of human cancer patients but also to animal protection. Expected to do.
The research groups of Professor Seiji Okada and Dr. Ryusho Kariya (specially appointed assistant professor) of Kumamoto University are Cuol Co., Ltd., Kyushu Organ ... → Continue reading
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