Research in the Netherlands 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 the Netherlands, mice, hamsters, rabbits, pigs, and monkeys are the animal models used to better understand Covid-19.
Biomedical Primate Research Centre - Comparative Pathogenesis of COVID-19, MERS and SARS in monkeys
Utrecht University - A human monoclonal antibody blocking SARS-CoV-2 infection
Wageningen University & Research - Developing animal models for SARS-CoV-2
Drug Development & Vaccines
Harbour Antibodies - Monoclonal antibodies against Covid-19
Viroclinics - Support Covid-19 new drug investigations
Biomedical Primate Research Centre - Vaccine and drug studies on COVID-19
Batavia Biosciences - Collaboration with IAVI on VSV-vector based epidemic preparedness vaccines
Janssen - Vaccine candidate development
Leiden University Medical Center - Research on new coronavirus inhibitors
Utrecht University - Human antibody to new coronavirus
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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