Question: What might you get if you cross the feeding organ of a roundworm with a genome wide association study? Answer: A cornucopia of novel genes for synaptic transmission, neuromodulation, energy regulation, peptidergic signaling, learning and memory, and more. This riddle, and its answer, are prompted by the convergence of two exciting trends in research […]
Dr. Andy Golden at NIH discusses his work on identifying regulators and interactors of conserved genes in C. elegans that, when mutated, can cause human disease and opportunities to use C. elegans as a model in clinical and translational research.
NemaMetrix Inc. is the winner of the first “Most Innovative” health startup at Demo Day organized by CBInsights.
The latest issue of Drug Discovery News (DDNews) features a special report on Animal Models of Disease, highlighting the NemaMetrix/Knudra merger and the value of C. elegans as a model organism for disease research.
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