Webinar Q&A — Cyclical Bias

Posted by: | October 9, 2018 | Comments

Webinar Q&A — Cyclical Bias

In a recent webinar, Dr. Alexander Rodriguez-Palacios of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine discussed a confounding influence on many common microbiome study endpoints uncovered in studies using the NesTiso system.

The NesTiso system has been described in a previous publication1 and examined in an on-demand webinar.

There were several outstanding questions submitted by the audience that went unanswered during the live Q&A session:

  • What is the best practical method to control for cage-cage variability?
  • Do you think wire floors could introduce more bias by causing animal stress?
  • When is the best time to collect samples from mice for analysis?
  • as well as more information on fecal homogenization, and more

Read Dr. Alexander Rodriguez-Palacios’ answers at: Taconic Insights

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