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Using Cre-lox Technology in Mouse Modeling

Cre-lox technology is a widely used and sophisticated tool to create general knockouts, conditional knockouts, and reporter strains. Researchers worldwide utilize these models for various applications, including specific disease research and visualization of mouse anatomy.

Join this us to learn about:

  • How Cre-lox overcomes the limitations of traditional knockout modeling technology, such as embryonic lethality
  • Breeding strategies and caveats about generating and using traditional, tissue-specific, and tamoxifen and doxycycline-inducible models
  • Implementing Cre-lox technology to model various types of cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, and other human diseases
  • Tips for navigating the world’s largest repository of Cre-lox strains