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understanding
of the genetic basis for
human diseases

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Microinjection

Model Generation

Genetically modified rodent models have become a key tool in basic and biomedical research. The ability to engineer the mouse genome has greatly transformed biomedical research in the last decade. 
Phenotyping

Phenotyping

The genomes of humans, mice and other species have been completely sequenced, yet the knowledge of genome sequences as such does not shed light on questions concerning the functions of these sequences. 

Animal Facility

The Animal Facility Module of the Czech Center for Phenogenomics is based on the latest advances in housing, breeding and care of laboratory mice and rats. 
Mouse tumors

Preclinical Testing

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics can offer a very broad portfolio of highly standardized assays useful for preclinical studies on rodents including established disease models. 

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29. 03. 2021

ESFRI Open Session on response to COVID-19 pandemic

The 75th ESFRI Forum Plenary was held virtually on 23rd – 24th March 2021. The first Open Session organised as a part of the ESFRI meeting brought together the ESFRI Delegates and representatives of the ESFRI Research Infrastructures to discuss the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The main focus was put on the activities of…

25. 03. 2021

Bispecific IgG neutralizes SARS-CoV-2 variants and prevents escape in mice

Neutralizing antibodies targeting the receptor binding domain (RBD) of the SARS-CoV-2 Spike (S) are among the most promising approaches against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)1,2. We developed a bispecific, IgG1-like molecule (CoV-X2) based on two antibodies derived from COVID-19 convalescent donors, C121 and C1353. CoV-X2 simultaneously binds two independent sites on the RBD and, unlike its…

26. 02. 2021

CCP celebrates the Rare Disease Day 2021

The CCP primary goal is to perform excellent research. In the period 2021 – 2030, together with other foreign centers gathered in the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium we plan  to deliver jointly broad-based genomic insights into the function of human genetic variation in both coding and non-coding sequences that underpin future developments in precision medicine,…

About Czech Centre for Phenogenomics

Genetically modified mouse models have become a key tool in basic and biomedical research. The ability to engineer the mouse genome has greatly transformed biomedical research in the last decade. Crucial for this technology is the ability to control the expression of genes of interest. It is possible to increase or decrease gene expression, or eliminate the expression of a gene completely.

Transgenic and gene knockout/knockin technologies have become important experimental tools for assigning functions to genes at the level of whole complexity of organism, creating models of genetic disorders, evaluating effects drugs and toxins, thus helping to answer fundamental issues in basic and applied research.