Mice don't get Alzheimer's

September 17, 2021 | Featured on Massive Science 

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CAMBRIDGE, Friday 17 September 2021 — On Friday 17 September 2021, bit.bio was featured on Massive Science.

Product Manager Dr Tonya Frolov explains why animals are not always the ideal stand-in when studying potential treatments for diseases that represent the biggest threats to human health which includes Alzheimer's. The high failure rate of potential drugs have something in common: they were all tested initially in mouse models, but the big problem is: mice don't get Alzheimer's.

From Animal Models to A Human Alternative

The piece goes on to cover how bit.bio is dedicated to succeed at the production of pure, tissue-specific cell populations for biological research and pharmaceutical development. 

Read the full article on Massive Science.

 

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“Our mission is to provide reliable, relevant, and reproducible tools so that experts can go and make the discoveries that they would otherwise not be capable of making, just because they didn't have those tools.”
Tonya Frolov

Product Manager bit.bio, Massive Science September 2021