Taconic Biosciences

Taconic Biosciences

Taconic Biosciences is a private biotechnology company founded in 1952 as Taconic Farms. The company is headquartered in Hudson, New York. Wikipedia

Taconic Biosciences

Taconic Biosciences is a private biotechnology company founded in 1952 as Taconic Farms. The company is headquartered in Hudson, New York. Wikipedia

  • Oct 30 at 6:04 PM
    Exercise can make a difference: Dalhousie University researchers discovered that active mice have a different gut bacteria makeup than sedentary ones. http://bit.ly/2zbG2N0
  • Oct 27 at 3:03 PM
    The rasH2 mouse offers an ethical alternative to other models used in research. The model follows two of Russell and Burchs 3Rs, which means it's in line with important moral obligations in animal testing. http://bit.ly/2za6Xss
  • Oct 16 at 6:13 PM
    Were at the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science again this year, this time in Austin, TX! Come find us at Booth 2106 to learn about the power of right animal feed in fecal transplantation and how to optimize breeding for the best possible models. http://bit.ly/2gjRKgw
  • Oct 5 at 3:15 PM
    Taconics own Dr. Michael Seiler joined panelists from Merck, the FDA, and Yale to discuss the efficiency of humanized immune system mice at the Summer Toxicology forum this year. The results of these talks could lead to better understanding of how to produce and use these models for better research!

Oct 30, 6:04 PM

Exercise can make a difference: Dalhousie University researchers discovered that active mice have a different gut bacteria makeup than sedentary ones. http://bit.ly/2zbG2N0

Oct 27, 3:03 PM

The rasH2 mouse offers an ethical alternative to other models used in research. The model follows two of Russell and Burchs 3Rs, which means it's in line with important moral obligations in animal testing. http://bit.ly/2za6Xss

Oct 16, 6:13 PM

Were at the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science again this year, this time in Austin, TX! Come find us at Booth 2106 to learn about the power of right animal feed in fecal transplantation and how to optimize breeding for the best possible models. http://bit.ly/2gjRKgw

Oct 5, 3:15 PM

Taconics own Dr. Michael Seiler joined panelists from Merck, the FDA, and Yale to discuss the efficiency of humanized immune system mice at the Summer Toxicology forum this year. The results of these talks could lead to better understanding of how to produce and use these models for better research!