Webinars Recorded

Comparing Immunodeficient Models for Cancer, Immunity, and Transplant Research

Mouse strains with varying degrees of immunodeficiency are powerful tools for modelling human disease. In this seminar, we’ll discuss the most widely used immunodeficient mouse models and important considerations for selecting the most appropriate model.

Join us to learn about:

  • The varying degrees of immunodeficiency in common mouse models
  • Benefits and limitations of nude mice with nuscid, and Rag1-null mice
  • Recent advancements using the versatile NOD scid gamma (NSG®) mouse strain
  • Innovations for studying human cancer made possible by the NSG® strain
  • Model considerations for generating mice with “humanised” immune systems

Webinar presenter







Peter Kelmenson, BA

Senior Technical Information Scientist, The Jackson Laboratory