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Mouse models of humann disease

 
  August, 2 2001 4:24
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The current issue of genes & development contains two articles on the use or development of mouse models to study human disease.

Scientists of the NIH have developed a usefull mouse model to study type 2 diabetes
Mouse model of type 2 diabetes

and in another study a team led by Dr. Eric Holland at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre in New York reports on the development of new mouse models of brain tumors
Brain tumors and mouse models: New insight into the development of gliomas

Contact:
Nora Poppito
poppito@cshl.org
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


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