Humanized Models for Inflammatory Disease and Allergy Research
The discovery of anti-inflammatory and anti-allergy drugs relies heavily on the precise modeling of complex immune mechanisms. However, many traditional cell culture and animal models remain insufficient to accurately replicate human disease mechanisms.
Humanized mouse models can provide deeper insights into inflammatory disease and allergy research, helping scientists to develop more effective treatments by improving the accuracy of preclinical results.
This webinar explores how the latest humanized mouse models are advancing inflammatory disease research by helping scientists evaluate drug candidates of interest.
Watch this webinar to learn more about:
- The advantages of using humanized mouse models to study inflammatory diseases
- How the latest models are being used to develop IBD and peanut allergy therapeutics
- Drug testing approaches to improve your preclinical accuracy