OF MAN AND MOUSE: How House Mice Became Laboratory Mice by Patricia G. Lauber

OF MAN AND MOUSE: How House Mice Became Laboratory Mice

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A history of the uneasy commensal relationship between man and the common house mouse which ends at the Jackson Laboratory in Maine where varieties of mutant mice (all pictured in photos) provide a concrete way to introduce the basic principles of genetics and an explanation of how data from animal models is applied to human beings.

Publisher: Viking