Longitudinal studies offer a wealth of information, particularly for diseases progression or development studies. In addition, smaller sample sizes are possible to accumulate significant data, as subject assessment is possible at multiple time points.
Animal models are crucial in advancing our knowledge and understanding of pulmonary diseases. Using alternatives models, such as computer simulations, is simply not advanced enough to elucidate all the biological mechanisms inside a living creature.
As in humans, the Angiotensin I Converting Enzyme 2 (ACE2) receptors of hamsters naturally permit binding of the SARS-CoV-2 virus spike protein. This suggests that hamsters are an important
The emergence of novel zoonotic outbreaks such as COVID-19 continue to result in high mortality rates, as seen in previous epidemics (i.e SARS & MERS).
Whole Body Plethysmograph – vivoFlow Launches at EB 2019 SCIREQ is preparing for the upcoming Experimental Biology Meeting that will take place in Orlando from April 6-9, 2019. At this meeting we launch our latest development: the vivoFlow – WBP (Whole Body Plethysmograph Chamber). The vivoFlow is fully compatible with our current system and has several design features which both […]