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Albany, New York, May 28, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- With rapidly expanding biomedical research, the growth in the global mice model market will rise considerably in the coming few years. There are high chances that the global mice model market will across US$1.79 bn by 2023. Extensive use of the mice model is done for studying ALS diseases and to understand lung injury repairing processes.
Few animals and humans share some specific genetic make-up, which prompts us carry out various experiments on the animals. Mice, rabbits, and pigs are the most preferred animals for such tests. Moreover, increasing investments in biomedical research has encouraged the use of mice model at an extensive rate.
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Maximum use of mice model is seen in the North American region, as the pharmaceutical industry is growing extensively coupled with ongoing advancements in the biosciences research field. Moreover, the growing popularity of CRISPR technology for creating gene knockouts is also pushing the use of mice model.
Mice Model Setting Platform for Advanced Researches
Based on a recent study, mice modeling helped in repairing and reconnecting dysfunctional neurons to various parts of the brain in dementia patients. It has been found that in mice chemically activating cells, and engaging animals with toys and stimulating environment reversed the alteration and restored a few of the connectivity by dementia. Similar changes were experienced and new directions were seen in humans that helped in combating cognitive decline among the geriatrics.
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Another outreaching contribution by using mice model involves understanding the role of different cells in developing cachexia. Scientist first used usual suspect proteins, but it did not have enough effect in controlling cachexia. They then investigated T cells and surprisingly found that they were being implicated in cachexia.
Additionally, the study also showed that the LCMV virus activated the T cells triggering cachexia. However further research is still required to understand the full working of T cells.
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With these developments taking place, the global mice model market holds a substantial share in the ongoing research and development activities.
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