Institute of Molecular Genetics and Czech Centre for Phenogenomics would like to invite you for the specialised training course on fish transgenesis. The course will take place at IMG Prague from November 12 to November 14, 2014. The participants will get practical hands-on training on the following subjects: Basic fish husbandry (zebrafish, medakafish) Transgenesis in
The five-day theoretical course with demonstrations and practical exercises, is intensively devoted to modern methodologies of light and electron microscopy. Compared to previous years, the course has an updated program of lectures involving the latest microscopy imaging techniques, such as super-resolution light microscopy (SIM / PALM, STED, STORM) or Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM). The course
The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics, part of the BIOCEV project and national node of ESFRI infrastructure Infrafrontier, has been recognized by European Science Foundation and included into MERIL database (Mapping of the European Research Infrastructure Landscape). The information about the infrastructure are available here.
The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics and the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the ASCR, v.v.i., proudly present that 13th Trangenic Technologies meeting, the prestigious conference of the International Society for Transgenic Technologies will take place in Prague in March 2016 and will be organized by us. The first information leaflet is available here: TT2016 For
Dr. Radislav Sedlacek and his team from the Institute of Molecular Genetics has recently published new paper on gene targeting of Rosa26 locus using TALENs. Petr Kasparek, Michaela Krausova, Radka Haneckova, Vitezslav Kriz, Olga Zbodakova,Vladimir Korinek, Radislav Sedlacek. Efficient gene targeting of the Rosa26 locus in mouse zygotes using TALE nucleases. FEBS Letters. Published online: September 18,
The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics and the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the ASCR, v.v.i., would like to invite you to a seminar “Gait Analysis in Animal Models of Human Disorders” presented by Dr. Thomas G. Hampton (Mouse Specifics, Inc., Boston, USA). Dr. Hampton will present a new approach to study of rodent movement kinematics