Humanized Mice: Human Immune System NOG Mice/ Hu-M™ Mice
Humanized mouse models, generated by transplanting pre-validated CD34+ human stem cells into NOG mouse, are extremely useful in basic and applied human disease research. HuMurine Technologies provides specialized contract research services based on the humanized mouse (Human Immune System NOG Mouse/ Hu-M™ Mouse). The Hu-M™ Mouse is stably engrafted with a functional human immune system and is ideal for doing efficacy and safety assessment of therapeutics that requires a human immune response.
HuMurine currently offers contract research services on cancer biology (immunotherapy), infectious diseases (vaccines or antiviral therapies), inflammation (cytokine release syndrome, immunity assessment), assessment of immune response against human restricted diseases (human antibody or T cell response), and gene therapies. We also offer specialized contract services so please contact us to discuss your need.
The Hu-M™ platform has wide ranging applications for efficacy and safety studies for :
- Immune checkpoint inhibitors
- Human hematopoiesis
- Infectious diseases (HIV, TB)
- Gene therapies
- Graft vs. host disease
- Cytokine release syndrome
The Hu-M™ Development Process: Generation of the Hu-M™ Mice
Hu-M™ CIEA NOG Mouse® in 12–14 weeks
Salient Features of The Hu-M™ Mouse
- Reconstituted with pre-qualified hematopoietic CD34+ stem cells resulting in superior and consistent chimerization
- 8-color flow cytometric validation for human lymphocytes in the peripheral blood 10-15 weeks post engraftment.
- Customizable flow cytometric matrix for up to 8 flurochromes.
- Interactive and responsive scientific team provides exceptional guidance in study design and execution
- Special pricing available for pilot and proof-of-concept study schemes
We are seeking a talented and independently motivated scientist to provide technical support and transition to lead roles in contract studies involving human stem cell biology, tissue culture involving clonogenic colony assays and studies involving humanized immune system mice.