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Animal models


As per available report about 10 Journals,15 Conferences, 14 National Symposiums and 41 open access articles published on the animal models. An animal model is a living, non-human animal used during the research and investigation of human disease, for the purpose of better understanding the disease process without the added risk of harming an actual human.
 
Animal models serving in research may have an existing, inbred or induced disease or injury that is similar to a human condition. These test conditions are often termed as animal models of disease.
 
Although humans and animals (technically “non-human animals”) may look different, at a physiological and anatomical level they are remarkably similar. Animals, from mice to monkeys, have the same organs (heart, lungs, brain etc.) and organ systems (respiratory, cardiovascular, nervous systems etc.) which perform the same functions in pretty much the same way. The similarity means that nearly 90% of the veterinary medicines that are used to treat animals are the same as, or very similar to, those developed to treat human patients. There are minor differences, but these are far outweighed by the similarities. The differences can give important clues about diseases and how they might be treated – for instance, if we knew why the mouse with muscular dystrophy suffers less muscle wasting than human patients, this might lead to a treatment for this debilitating and fatal disorder.
 
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Scope and Importance

The animal chosen will usually meet a determined taxonomic equivalency to humans, so as to react to disease or its treatment in a way that resembles human physiology as needed. Many drugs, treatments and cures for human diseases have been developed with the use of animal models. Animal models representing specific taxonomic groups in the research and study of developmental processes are also referred to as model organisms. There are three main types of animal models: Homologous, Isomorphic and Predictive. Homologous animals have the same causes, symptoms and treatment options as would humans who have the same disease. Isomorphic animals share the same symptoms and treatments, only. Predictive models are similar to a particular human disease in only a couple of aspects. However, these are useful in isolating and making predictions about mechanisms of a set of disease features.

Market Analysis

The global mice model market is segmented on the basis of type, technology, disease, and mice model services. By type, the market comprises of inbred, outbred, knockout, conditioned/surgically modified, hybrid/congenic, and spontaneous mutant mice. A buyout firm could also buy the entire company in a deal worth $60 a share to gain a business with the biggest portion of the research animal market and then sell off the testing unit, according to William Blair. Charles River controls about 50 percent of the $1.4 billion market for so-called animal research models worldwide, according to an estimate from Citigroup.
 
Still, leveraged buyout firms could be wary of paying up for Charles River because it has $659 million in net debt, more relative to its market value than any of its closest rivals, said Garen Sarafian a New York-based analyst at Citigroup.
 
International Conferences
 
1. International Dairy Conference,
    June 30-July 2,2016, New Orleans , USA.
2. 3rd Veterinary Congress,
    Aug 18-20, London, UK.
3. Global Veterinary Summit,
    Aug 31-Sep2, 2015 ,Florida ,USA.
4. 2nd Veterinary Conference,
    Oct 26-28 ,2015 ,Hyderabad ,India.
5. 4th Translational Medicine Conference,
    Oct 26-28 , 2015 , Baltimore ,USA
6. 3rd Hematology and Blood Disorders Conference.
    Nov 2-4,2015 ,Atlanta ,USA.
7. 3rd Clinical Pharmacy Conference ,
    Dec 7-9 ,2015 ,Atlanta ,USA.
8. 2nd Pharmacology and  Ethan pharmacology Conference,
    May 2-4 ,2016 , Chicago ,USA.
9. Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine  Conference,
     May 2-3 ,2016 , Chicago ,USA.
10. Antibiotic Conference ,
     Sep 14-16, 2015, Las Vegas ,USA.
11.7th Vaccines and Vaccination Conference,
      Sep 28-30,2015 ,Dubai ,UAE.
12.Agriculture and Horticulture Conference ,
     June 27-29,2016, Cape Town , South Africa.
13.2nd Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference,
     July 11-13 ,2016 ,Kaula Lumpur , Malaysia.
14. 3rd Pharmacology conference,
      Aug 8-10,2016, Brimingham,UK.
15. 2nd  Clinical Trials Conference ,
      Aug 22-24 ,2016 , Philadelphia ,USA.
16. American College Clinical Pharmacology Annual Meeting,
      Sep 27-29 ,2015 , San Francisco ,USA.
17. The 7th Aquatic Animal Models of Human Disease Conference,
      December 13-18, 2014,    Austin, Texas.
18.Animal Model For Human Health Conference,
      June7-8 , Lansk ,Poland.
19. Predictive Preclinical Models in Oncology ,
       March 7-9 ,2016 ,San Francisco ,USA.  
20.14th Annual PsychoPharmacology Update 2015,
     Oct 24 , 2015 , Cinncinati ,USA .
 
Related Associations and Societies
 
ALS Association
Animals and Society Institute
Biochemical Society Transanctions
Politzer Society
Animal Health Modeling and Simulation Society
MS Society of Canada
International Society for Animal rights
Asheville humane Society
Japanese Association for Laboratory Animal Science.
International Society for Transgenic Technologies
Animal Breeding Welfare & Society

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Dover Corporation
Sigma-Aldrich Corporation
 

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