Research in France uses animals to find effective treatments for Covid-19
The European Animal Research Association has put together an interactive map to display the biomedical research currently underway across the world to find a cure for coronavirus.
In France, mice, rats, hamsters and monkeys are the animal models used to better understand Covid-19.
Genoway - Supplying on-demand mice for studies
Paris-Saclay University - Implementation of an experimental model of SARS-CoV-2 infection in monkeys
Hospital Lariboisière - Interaction between RAAS inhibitors and ACE2 in the context of COVID-19
National Infrastructure for Biology and Health (IDMIT) - Implementation of an experimental model of SARS-CoV-2 infection in monkeys
French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD) - Contributing to global research and expertise
Drug Development & Vaccines
Pasteur Institute - Coronavirus research projects, including development of an animal model
EARA has used the World Health Organisation's recorded list of studies and has also received information from many other institutions after it sent out an appeal to its membership and stakeholders.
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