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Seventeen Minutes of Science: Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Understand Physician and Patient Decision-Making(Episode 11)

Stuck at home with nothing to do during this quarantine? Restless to still be learning and interacting with other scientists? You’re in luck! You can now tune in weekly to our virtual series “Seventeen Minutes of Science”. Every Tuesday at 11am PST / 2pm ET we will go live on Facebook to talk about science …

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Seventeen Minutes of Science: Stepping up – How Kashi Labs has responded to COVID-19 (Episode 10)

Stuck at home with nothing to do during this quarantine? Restless to still be learning and interacting with other scientists? You’re in luck! You can now tune in weekly to our virtual series “Seventeen Minutes of Science”. Every Tuesday at 11am PST / 2pm ET we will go live on Facebook to talk about science …

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Seventeen Minutes of Science: Worming our way into Machine Learning (Episode 9)

Stuck at home with nothing to do during this quarantine? Restless to still be learning and interacting with other scientists? You’re in luck! You can now tune in weekly to our virtual series “Seventeen Minutes of Science”. Every Tuesday at 11am PST / 2pm ET we will go live on Facebook to talk about science …

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Seventeen Minutes of Science: What it Takes to Support Zebrafish Research (Episode 8)

Stuck at home with nothing to do during this quarantine? Restless to still be learning and interacting with other scientists? You’re in luck! You can now tune in weekly to our virtual series “Seventeen Minutes of Science”. Every Tuesday at 11am PST / 2pm ET we will go live on Facebook to talk about science …

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Seventeen Minutes of Science: Kids who code! Inspiring the next generation of coders

Stuck at home with nothing to do during this quarantine? Restless to still be learning and interacting with other scientists? You’re in luck! You can now tune in weekly to our virtual series “Seventeen Minutes of Science”. Every Tuesday at 11am PST / 2pm ET we will go live on Facebook to talk about science …

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InVivo Biosystems has partnered with Enviral Tech to help you safely return to lab

Information about the COVID-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2) is constantly changing. This leaves essential business and healthcare facilities scrambling to find ways to ensure their employees, customers’ and patients’ safety. It is crucial to know if and when the virus has infiltrated a facility in order to minimize the impact that it could have. Now that non-essential …

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Zebrafish modeling for the clinic: Rapid in vivo functional testing of patient variants for clinical applications.

We use the zebrafish (Danio rerio) as an in vivo model to measure the functional effects of patient-derived genetic variation.  In this way, human genetic variants identified in the clinic are quantitatively and qualitatively connected to model animal phenotypes.  As a proof of concept study, we used precision gene editing and transient knockdown approaches targeting stxbp1a – the …

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Zebrafish and C. elegans in ALS: tightening the bench-to-clinic gap

While advances in molecular imaging, high-throughput screening, genomics and techniques like CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing have dramatically enhanced our understanding of the human body and disease, the pace of advancing new treatments for those diseases has lagged behind significantly. One way to shorten the time between laboratory discoveries and available new drugs is to use animal …

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CRISPR technologies enable humanized animal models to aid disease research

C. elegans as a model to evaluate the function of disease genes In 1998, the soil nematode Caenorhabditis elegans became the first multicellular organism of which the genome has been sequenced completely [1]. One surprising result of this approach was that ~65% of the human disease genes have a counterpart in the worm [2]. In …

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