Registration and abstract submission for the 5th CCP Phenogenomics Conference has been opened

31. 05. 2023 Information

It is our great honour to invite you cordially to the 5th CCP Phenogenomics Conference, which will be held on 14 – 15 September 2023 in Prague & online. Similarly, to the last year, the conference is devoted to the topic of rare diseases & their therapies this year, with special focus on experimental models…

Czech Centre for Phenogenomics at the Czech Science Fair / České centrum pro fenogenomiku na Veletrhu vědu

26. 05. 2023 Event

8 – 10 June 2023, Prague (PVA Letňany) / We look forward to seeing you at stand No. 43 in Hall 1. / Těšíme me se na Vás na stánku č. 43 v hale 1. Jsme z Českého centra pro fenogenomiku při Ústavu molekulární genetiky AV ČR, které se nachází na kraji Prahy ve Vestci…

Why are mice so important in biomedical research?

10. 05. 2023 News Paper

As the most common research mammal in the world, mice are key to many aspects of biomedical research and, in turn, scientific and medical advancements. Without mice, we would lack a crucial understanding of major diseases, including cancer and genetic disorders like muscular dystrophy, which has led to lasting benefits for humans and animals alike.…

5th CCP Phenogenomics Conference

28. 04. 2023 Event

14-15 September 2023, Praha and on-line, Czech Republic / The scientific committee has selected the topic of rare diseases: experimental models & delivery of therapies as the main thematic focus of this year Conference. The keynote lectures were given by: The Conference provided again an excellent opportunity to support networking and interactions among the researchers,…

Students from Charles University at CCP

21. 04. 2023 Information News

The Czech Centre for Phenogenomics organized a theoretical and practical seminar “Phenotyping technologies for working with mouse models” for first year students of the Faculty of Science of Charles University in April 2023. The students of the subject “Molecular and General Biology” met Jan Prochazka from Phenotyping Module, who gave a lecture on phenotyping of…

New CCP E-newsletter

14. 04. 2023 News PR

Highlights of the Issue: The new state-of-the-art BSL-3 laboratory at the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics CCP preclinical services in a nutshell Focus on rare diseases: the Alliance for Rare Disease Research and Therapy is launched Open access to CCP services under transnational calls Full version of the e-Newsletter

CCP researchers contributed to “Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine”

06. 04. 2023 News Paper

The researchers from the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics contributed to a new book “Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine – Sex and Gender-Specific Biology in the Postgenomic Era” (4th Edition – April 17, 2023, Elsevier) with a chapter “CRISPR Technology and Its Role in Treating Rare Imprinting Diseases”.

Seminar “Unlocking Spatial Biology with Orion”

29. 03. 2023 Event Lecture

11 April 2023, CCP-BIOCEV, Vestec, Czech Republic / Accela company in collaboration with the Czech Centre for Phenogenomics will present ORION Platform Multiplex Immunofluorescence Imaging. See details in the leaflet. Registration is free, but obligatory.

TT2023 – 18th Transgenic Technology Meeting

28. 03. 2023 Event

12 – 15 November 2023, Houston, USA / This meeting will bring together scientists and technicians and will be hosted by the International Society for Transgenic Technologies (ISTT). The mission of the ISTT is to advance the science and technology used in the generation and analysis of transgenic animal models and stem cells for biomedical…

Engineered Allele Validation Workshop

28. 03. 2023 Course Event

13 September 2023, Vestec, Czech Republic / MRC Harwell and PHENOMIN-ICS are co-hosting at CCP Phenogenomics 2023 Prague, a workshop to learn more about the principles of analysis and validation of Genetically Altered animals.Topics covered:• Principles of allele validation• Validation of randomly integrated transgenes: Genotyping, copy counting, mapping• Validation of classically targeted alleles: PCR based…