Indeed, in later studies with the mice, Benoist and Mathis found that T cells weren't central to the mouse
She studies mouse
lemurs in Madagascar's Ranomafana National Park.
In another set of experiments, Sean Morrison of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and his collaborators, including Sharpless, showed that p16 can reduce regenerative capacity in the mouse
The virus is spread in California and other western states by deer mice, which are distantly related to the common house mouse
After a mosquito probed or fed on the mouse
tail, its infection was confirmed by using forced salivation into a capillary tube as described below.
The "Harvard Mouse
," developed and patented in the mid-1980s, is an early and notorious example of how these designer mice can be co-opted by industrial interests.
However, beginning in the 1970s, NIEHS and NTP research agendas in genetic toxicology, molecular carcinogenesis, and mechanisms of toxicity contributed to the demand for mouse
models modified at the locus of the gene.
Sutton, MD, PhD, was about the development of a mouse
model for HIV/AIDS.
and human brains are similar in some ways, these findings will help researchers better understand the workings of the human brain--and could lead to new treatments for learning disabilities, Alzheimer's disease (characterized by memory loss), or brain damage.
When computer users first encounter a mouse
, they generally have difficulty synchronizing its movements.
continued to thrive even after the scientists repeatedly injected it with a wide range of cancer-cell types in increasing amounts.
Ovariectomy extended substantially the time to development of renal disease in this mouse