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Assess health status of laboratory mice using different techniques

Производитель: "LAP Lambert Academic Publishing"

Laboratory mice are used as research models for humans as over 95% of the mouse genome is similar to our own, making mouse genetic research particularly applicable to human diseases. Mice can produce 10-15 offspring per litter and approximately one litter every month. Therefore different strategies for monitoring and managing these laboratory mice are used. Health is the level of functional or metabolic efficiency of a living organism. ISBN:9783659675416

Издательство: "LAP Lambert Academic Publishing" (2015)

ISBN: 9783659675416

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Neha BistAssess health status of laboratory mice using different techniquesLaboratory mice are used as research models for humans as over 95% of the mouse genome is similar to our own, making mouse genetic research particularly applicable to human diseases. Mice can produce… — LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Подробнее...2015
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