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MIMETAS and Galapagos have inked a research collaboration to develop organ-on-a-chip-based human disease models for new medicine development.
DISCOVER is designed to bring together basic, clinical, and population-based scientists to conduct integrative research programs on understanding the etiology and pathogenesis of human diseases influenced by environmental factors, using exposure to understand the interplay between genetic and environmental factors, and applying available state-of-the-art technologies and methods to improve human health.
grahamii, in this study no isolate was identical to any Bartonella species known to cause human diseases.
a drug discovery company using zebrafish as a model for human disease, and Oxagen Limited, Abingdon.
Since most diseases have a genetic component, genetics will increasingly play a pivotal role in predicting, preventing, diagnosing, treating, and classifying all human diseases.
In the past century medical treatments first tested on animals have conquered a range of human diseases, including diphtheria (studied in horses) and diabetes (dogs).
is a biopharmaceutical company utilizing proprietary gene transcription technology to develop drugs for the treatment of cancer, cardiovascular and other human diseases which are associated with abnormalities of cell growth and control.
Because understanding how genes work is basic to the understanding of life and many human diseases, scientists have invested a tremendous amount of time and energy over the past century to learn how they are inherited, what they are made of, how to identify and isolate them, and how to read the coded information contained in them and passed from one generation to the next.
Alnylam scientists and our collaborators continue to make significant progress in achieving delivery for RNAi therapeutics and in demonstrating in vivo efficacy in animal models of human disease.
These efforts will be facilitated through the development of research initiatives that utilize and emphasize integration of basic, clinical, and public health sciences, development of interdisciplinary training programs, incorporation of a human disease-first approach to traditional environmental health sciences, and fostering of relationships among scientists of different disciplines to develop the research teams of tomorrow that will clearly delineate the central role of exposures in the pathogenesis of complex human diseases.
Sapronoses (Greek "sapros" = decaying; "sapron" means in ecology a decaying organic substrate) are human diseases transmissible from abiotic environment (soil, water, decaying plants, or animal corpses, excreta, and other substrata).
To understand and develop treatments for human diseases, scientists are increasingly turning to monkeys, dogs, rodents, and other animals with seemingly related conditions or symptoms.

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