Accelerating innovation through genetically engineered mouse models and preclinical solutions

  • Knockout & Conditional Knockout Mouse Models

    GemPharmatech's ambitious Knockout All Project (KOAP) aims to create knockout (KO) and conditional knockout (cKO) mouse strains for all ~23,000 protein coding genes in the mouse genome. Our specialized CRISPR-Cas9 platform enables the production of over 6,000 new mutant strains annually, generating KO and cKO mice quickly and efficiently. To date, we have successfully targeted nearly 10,000 genes, providing researchers with knockout mouse models and conditional knockout mouse models for a wide range of research fields, including oncology, autoimmunity, metabolism, and neurodegeneration. Our ultimate goal at GemPharmatech is to provide our customers with the best mouse tools to accelerate their biomedical discovery and drug development.
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  • Disease Mouse Models

    GemPharmatech has developed numerous disease mouse models using various modeling technologies, including transgenic (Tg), knockout (KO) and knockin (KI). These models can be used for metabolic, tumor, immunological, neurological, and other disease-related research applications.
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  • Germ-Free Mouse Models

    Germ-free (GF) mice are laboratory animals that have no detected living organisms (including any microorganisms or parasites) internally or externally, based on the currently available detection methods.
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  • Tool Mice (Cre-Dre-Flpo-Cas9-Reporter)

    Genetic engineering with the Cre-lox system is a powerful and indispensable method to unveil gene function, especially in model animals. GemPharmatech has generated more than 200 Cre and 9 Dre/DreER mouse strains which have been carefully designed for efficient and reliable Cre-mediated recombination in vivo.
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  • Immunodeficient Mouse Models

    With the advanced molecular biology techniques, an increasing number of immunodeficient mouse strains have been generated, which play a significant role in the field of immunology, oncology, stem cell biology, infectious diseases, and other applications. GemPharmatech has developed 26 severe immunodeficient mouse models for a myriad of scientific applications.
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  • The Wild Mouse Project

    Wild mice, different from laboratory inbred mice, survive in natural habitats and must adapt to numerous environmental stressors, resulting in greater genetic diversity, including single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), deletions, and duplication of genomic sequences. According to previous studies, wild mice have varying susceptibilities to infectious diseases and may better mimic humans for preclinical drug screening and adverse effect assessment.
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