Germ-free and gnotobiotic housing can be expensive to maintain, limiting its accessibility and hindering research in critical fields.
What if you could run your own gnotobiotic research colony for a fraction of the cost and labor, while achieving faster results?
Nested isolation – or NesTiso – is a technique that not only delivers the same results as a full gnotobiotic core, but with commonly accessible equipment and dramatically improved usability. We’ll show you how it works in this free Taconic Biosciences webinar.Watch On-Demand and you will learn:
Alexander Rodriguez-Palacios, DVM, MSc, DVSc, PhD
Asst. Professor, Division of Gastroenterology & Liver Disease, Dept of Medicine
Technical Director, Mouse Models Research Core
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Dr. Rodriguez-Palacios is both a clinician and research director. He is a board-certified veterinary internist and clinical microbiologist and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
He is the Technical Director of the mouse models core at the Silvio O Conte Cleveland Digestive Diseases Research Core Center and the Director of the Germ-Free and Microbiome Core at the Digestive Health Institute at CWRU.
He is currently researching animal models of intestinal inflammation, the role of diet and microbiome in disease severity and prevention, and methods for assessing the 3-D architecture of inflamed intestinal tissues, while working to define the genomic features of Crohn’s disease-like ileitis in mouse models.
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