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DNA chips and mammalian kidney development

  May, 1 2001 0:42
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DNA gene chips and novel software used to describe kidney development

The step-by-step development of a mammalian kidney, from its early beginnings in the embryo to its adult role as a vital filtration system, has been described by UCSD School of Medicine researchers using DNA gene-chip technology and novel software.

National Institutes of Health, American Heart Association, Medical Education & Research Foundation

Sue Pondrom
University of California, San Diego

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