The TReATS method: One of the most-read articles in DMM’s November issue

Our recent article published in Disease Models & Mechanisms, ‘A method for TAT-Cre recombinase-mediated floxed allele modification in ex vivo tissue slices’, was one of the most-read articles published in the November issue. Click here to read the article.

This recognition not only validates our efforts but also underscores the significance of the innovative TReATS method we’ve developed. We’re delighted to see that the paper has been well-received by the readers, and we hope that the TReATS method will continue to benefit the scientific community.

Additionally, our contribution has also planted a tree in The Forest of Biologists.