The Jackson Labratory and Snyder-Robinson Foundation Announce New Research Models for Snyder-Robinson Syndrome

Two new models created to study neurological developments in SRS, advance global understanding of this rare disease The Jackson Laboratory (JAX), an independent nonprofit biomedical research institute, and The Snyder-Robinson Foundation are pleased to announce that two new mouse models are now available for the study of Snyder-Robinson Syndrome (SRS) and for broader studies of Read more about The Jackson Labratory and Snyder-Robinson Foundation Announce New Research Models for Snyder-Robinson Syndrome[…]

Dr. Aamir Zuberi Presents SRS Research at a Gordon Research Conference

Dr. Aamir Zuberi from the Jackson Laboratory recently presented Snyder-Robinson Syndrome (SRS) research at a Gordon Research Conference (GRC). His research, in collaboration with Maximiliano Presa, Matthew McKay, and Cathleen M. Lutz, focuses on two new SRS mouse models – the G56S point mutation and a conditional knockout involving a specific section of the Spermine Read more about Dr. Aamir Zuberi Presents SRS Research at a Gordon Research Conference[…]