The California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) is improving health and advancing science with interdisciplinary programs in biomedical research on significant human medical conditions throughout the lifespan. Research at the CNPRC is leading to new diagnostics, therapeutics, and clinical procedures that enhance quality of life for both humans and animals. The CNPRC is an Organized Research Unit of the University of California, Davis and part of the National Primate Research Centers Program at the National Institutes of Health.
Research conducted at the CNPRC on chorioamnionitis-induced preterm labor in women has been recommended by Faculty of 1000, in recognition of the research’s high impact in its field. Faculty of 1000 is a collaboration of over 5,000 world-wide faculty […]
On February 12, 2015, CNPRC Affiliate Scientists Drs. Koen Van Rompay, Peter Beernink, and Dan Granoff announced important findings from a pilot project study conducted at the CNPRC on improving the effectiveness of the meningococcal vaccine for prevention of sepsis […]
State-of-the-Art Services: Images into Data
An important service at the CNPRC in the Microscopy and Histology component of the Multimodal Imaging Core is training and services in Stereology
, a set of methods to ensure rigorous quantitative analysis of the number, length, surface area, or volume of structures in tissues or organs, and to interpret three-dimensional data from two-dimensional cross-sections of tissue.
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