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GEN Roundup on Research Mouse Models
- Animal models, such as rodents, have been indispensable to progress in the life sciences. Mice, in particular, have played an important role in human research because they share many genes and molecular pathways with people. Ninety-nine percent of mouse genes have homologs in humans. Researchers all over the ...
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