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How do complex networks of genes control obesity, cancer and heart disease? The unique rodents of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation may hold the answer. Their small size and short gestation periods make mice ideal models for studying human disease. Although garden-variety rodents don’t make the cut for research, technological advances have made it possible […]
How do you study humans without studying humans? With mice, of course! These living test tubes closely mimic the genetic makeup of humans—95 percent close, in fact. And their small size and short gestation period make them ideal models for studying human disease. But in research, the garden-variety rodent doesn’t make the cut. Technological advances […]