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Screening for Angiogenic-Modulating    

The technology relates to the use of teleost embryos to screen agents for angiogenic modulating activities and toxicity.


The technology relates to the use of zebrafish embryos as model in a 3-tier process which provides effective screening assay system for use in identifying angiogenic modulating agents with least toxicity. 3-tiers process: high through put screening; toxicity screening; mechanistic study.

It provides a cost effective method with fast through put and high relevance for testing agents such as synthetic chemical compounds, crude extract of herbs, crude extract of Chinese medicine formula, for angiogenic modulating activities and toxicity.

Primary Application of the Technology

The invention is applicable to pharmaceutical related industries, e.g. pharmaceutical companies, contract research companies related to drug discovery and development, biotechnology and traditional Chinese medicine companies.

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 424: Drug, Bio-Affecting And Body Treating Compositions

This class includes the following subject matter, not provided for elsewhere: 1. Drug and bio-affecting compositions which are capable of: preventing, alleviating, treating, or curing abnormal and pathological conditions of the living body; maintaining, increasing, decreasing, limiting, or destroying a physiologic body function; diagnosing a physiological condition or state by an in vivo test; controlling or protecting an environment or living body by attracting, disabling, inhibiting, killing, modifying, repelling or retarding an animal or micro-organism. 2. Body treating compositions generally intended for deodorizing, protecting, adorning, or grooming a body. 3. Fermentates. Plant and animal extracts, or body fluids or material containing plant or animal cellular structure. 4. Compositions of this class defined in terms of specific structure; e.g., layered tablet, capsule. 5. Processes of using or preparing subject matter of the Class Definition.

Subclass 9.6: Diagnostic or test agent produces in vivo fluorescence

Class 435: Chemistry: Molecular Biology And Microbiology

This class provides for the following subject matter when not provided for elsewhere: A process of using a microorganism or enzyme to synthesize a chemical product. A process of treating a material with a microorganism or enzyme to separate, liberate, or purify a preexisting substance. An in vitro process of measuring and testing in which: (1) A microorganism or enzyme is used to determine the presence or identity of a compound or composition in a sample; (2) A microorganism is identified by propagation; (3) An enzyme is identified by its catalytic activity; (4) The presence of microorganisms is detected; (5) A live microorganism is used in an antigen antibody test as an antigen; (6) Fixed or stabilized nonliving microorganisms, cells, or tissues are involved. A process of propagating a microorganism. A process in which the genetic structure of a microorganism or extrachromosomal genetic structure is altered. A process of organ or tissue maintenance. A process of mashing or malting. Microorganisms, per se, or the subcellular parts thereof. Enzymes, immobilized enzymes or enzyme containing compositions not otherwise provided for and the processes for purifying enzymes or forming immobilized enzymes. Compositions claimed or solely disclosed as for the propagation of microorganisms or for measuring and testing processes. Using microorganisms to destroy hazardous or toxic waste.

Subclass 29: Involving viable micro-organism