On Demand Webinar: Choice of laboratory rodent diet may confound data interpretation and reproducibility

By Steven Yeung, M.S..

Watch Now: “Choice of laboratory rodent diet may confound data interpretation and reproducibility” presented by Dr. Michael Pellizzon. This webinar was hosted by the Karolinska Institute and is part of their Lectures and Seminar series.

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On-Demand Webinar: "Considerations On Selecting Appropriate Diets To Study The NAFLD Spectrum"

By Yang Cheng.

The Webinar "Considerations On Selecting Appropriate Diets To Study The NAFLD Spectrum" was presented in Chinese on February 22. During the webinar, Dr. Jia-Yu Ke, a senior scientist of Research Diets, discussed how to use various purified diets to establish diet-induced NAFLD models.

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Upcoming Webinar: Choice of laboratory rodent diet may confound data interpretation and reproducibility-Register Now

By Yang Cheng.

Registration is open for the webinar: “Choice of laboratory rodent diet may confound data interpretation and reproducibility” that will be presented by Dr. Michael Pellizzon. This webinar is hosted by the Karolinska Institute and is part of their...

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Register Now Upcoming: "Considerations On Selecting Appropriate Diets To Study The NAFLD Spectrum"

By Jia-Yu (Holly) Ke, Ph.D..

Research Diets has formulated many diets to induce different stages of disease along the NAFLD spectrum. If you are feeling overwhelmed by what diet to choose, this webinar will help you consider the right diet for your next NAFLD study. Time: Feb 22, 10 PM (EST, US). Presented in Chinese.

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Publication: Considerations When Choosing High-Fat, High-Fructose, and High-Cholesterol Diets to Induce Experimental Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Laboratory Animal Models

By Steven Yeung, M.S..

Sridhar Radhakrishnan, Steven F Yeung, Jia-Yu Ke, Maísa M Antunes, Michael A Pellizzon
Current Developments in Nutrition, Volume 5, Issue 12, December 2021

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Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is intricately linked to metabolic...

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