Cover: Catalog of the Neurological Mutants of the Mouse, from Harvard University PressCover: Catalog of the Neurological Mutants of the Mouse in E-DITION

Catalog of the Neurological Mutants of the Mouse

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$65.00 • €48.00

ISBN 9780674424326

Publication Date: 01/01/1965

82 pages

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The correspondence of genetic disorders in the mouse and in man is such that much valuable insight into human disorders can be gained from the study of mouse diseases. Many laboratory experiments can be done better in, and often only in, the mouse, yet medical experimenters are often uninformed about the models available for study. This book, describing in detail the singular characteristics of more than 90 neurological mutant mice, provides laboratory and clinical investigators with a valuable reference tool and a useful guide in planning experimental studies on the nervous system.

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