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Summary: This At A Glance article and poster summarize the last 20 years of research in zebrafish models for hematopoietic disorders, highlighting how these models were created and are being applied for translational research.


Summary: This Review discusses preclinical modelling of glioblastoma multiforme to understand its biology and develop therapies, with a focus on mammalian model systems.


Summary: Diabetes is associated with vascular and neurological impairments. The authors show that an NO donor ameliorates the glucose-exposure-induced dysfunction in the tectal neurovascular unit and whole-organism behaviour.

Summary: Aβ overexpression in a second-generation Alzheimer's disease model results in alterations in anxiety-type behaviours, as well as gamma oscillations, neural organisation and Grin2b expression in the prefrontal cortex.

Summary: Adapting a spontaneous, genetically heterogenous T-ALL model to preclinical testing demonstrated that response to therapeutic anti-Notch1 antibodies was determined by Notch1 mutational status and that PD-1 immune checkpoint blockade alone lacked anti-tumor activity.

Summary: New phenotypes are revealed by a GLUT1 deficiency mutant mouse model carrying a missense mutation in Glut1.

Editor's choice: Using antagonistic lactobacilli, C. albicans pathogenicity was reduced to a minimum in an in vitro gut model consisting of enterocytes and goblet cells.

Summary: The effect of osteogenesis imperfecta, bisphosphonate treatment and bacterial infection on phases of bone fracture repair are determined using a zebrafish fracture model.


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