MicroCT technique for biological applications – seminar invitation

Czech centre for Phenogenomics (CCP) would like to invite you to an educational workshop “MicroCT technique for biological applications” that will be held with cooperation company RMI Lazne Bohdanec. Workshop will focus on application of micro-CT technique for various biological applications. Computed tomography allows nondestructive analysis of inner structure of samples with high resolution. This

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Invitation – 8th International Symposium on Kallikreins and Kallikrein-Related Peptidases

It is my great pleasure to invite you to the 8th International Symposium on Kallikreins and Kallikrein-Related Peptidases (ISK2019), which will be held in Prague, Czech Republic from 25 to 27 September 2019. The 8th edition of the international symposium will offer a multidisciplinary programme of presentations on the latest developments covering all areas of

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Mouse genome engineering EMBO course

EMBO, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Technical University in Dresden and Czech Centre for Phenogenomics cordially invite you for a practical course of Mouse genome engineering taking place in Dresden, Germany on 25 August – 06 September 2019. The mouse remains the main vertebrate model for a wide range of biological

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Trans-national Access call – Specialised phenotyping / metabolic phenotyping pipeline

Specialised phenotyping / metabolic phenotyping pipeline – trans-national access call Context and aim of the call Main objective of this INFRAFRONTIER2020 Trans-national Access call is to facilitate access for the wider biomedical research community to the unique infrastructure and scientific expertise of the participating INFRAFRONTIER mouse clinic, where mouse mutant lines can be tested through

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Call Ended – Infrafrontier Call – Precision rat model development

INFRAFRONTIER2020 Project – Trans-national Access call – January 2019 Precision rat model development Context and aim of the call  INFRAFRONTIER is the European Research Infrastructure for phenotyping and archiving of model mammalian genomes. The INFRAFRONTIER Research Infrastructure provides access to first-class tools and data for biomedical research, and thereby contributes to improving the understanding of

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Call Ended – Infrafrontier Call – Precision mouse model development

INFRAFRONTIER2020 Project – Trans-national Access call – January 2019 Precision mouse model development Context and aim of the call INFRAFRONTIER is the European Research Infrastructure for phenotyping, archiving and distribution of model mammalian genomes. The INFRAFRONTIER Research Infrastructure provides access to first-class tools and data for biomedical research, and thereby contributes to improving the understanding

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New job offerings – lab technicians

We would like to welcome applications for newly available positions of lab technicians for for histology lab and for pharmacology tests. For more details about the positions and other available jobs please see our career page.

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Derivation of germ-free mice (axenic service) – call for applications

Derivation of germ-free mice (axenic service) INFRAFRONTIER2020 Project – Trans-national Access call December 2018 Context and aim of the call INFRAFRONTIER is the European Research Infrastructure for phenotyping, archiving and distribution of model mammalian genomes. The INFRAFRONTIER Research Infrastructure provides access to first-class tools and data for biomedical research, and thereby contributes to improving the

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Infrafrontier Free Open Access call – Specialised phenotyping / metabolic and behavioral pipelines

Specialised phenotyping / metabolic and behavioral pipelines – Call information and application form  Context and aim of the call      INFRAFRONTIER is the European Research Infrastructure for phenotyping and archiving of model mammalian genomes. The INFRAFRONTIER Research Infrastructure provides access to first-class tools and data for biomedical research, and thereby contributes to improving the understanding of gene function

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