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(wis'tăr),
Caspar, U.S. biologist, 1761-1818, after whom the Wistar Institute is named. See: Wistar rats.
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announced that the company is collaborating with The Wistar Institute to advance two novel SynCon vaccine programs against tuberculosis (TB) and malaria, fully funded by more than $4.
Inovio Pharmaceuticals announced that the company is collaborating with The Wistar Institute to advance two novel SynCon vaccine programs against tuberculosis and malaria, fully funded by more than $4.
This technology was developed at The Wistar Institute and licensed by ITUS through its majority-owned subsidiary corporation, Certainty Therapeutics, Inc.
MBFT is a clinical-stage animal health company developing and commercializing proprietary checkpoint inhibitor immunotherapy (CPII) technology based on vaccines and vaccine adjuvants exclusively licensed from the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia PA.
Scientists at The Wistar Institute, in collaboration with Roswell Park Cancer Institute, have found a significant association between a rare genetic variant of the p53 gene present in African American women and their risk of developing breast cancer in premenopausal age.
Wistar rat is a common strain used in these animal studies on stevia (Yesmine, Connolly, Hill, Coulson, & Fenning, 2013).
Male Wistar rats (66 rats), aged 3 months and weighing 200-250 g, were purchased from the King Fahd Institute for Scientific Research, King AbdulAziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia).
The Wistar Institute, a biomedical centre, has signed a multi-project research partnership with United Kingdom-based PhoreMost, a biopharmaceutical company, it was reported on Friday.
We hypothesized that impaired NOS activity would result in dampened physiological responses to nutrient stress in GK SMCs as compared to those from Wistar.
The Wistar rats represent the best experimental model for the study oncogenesis and carcinogenesis pathways in different tumour types (16).
Everyone stands to gain from such a test becoming available," said lead author of the study Qihong Huang, associate professor at The Wistar Institute.