Genetically manipulated mice: a powerful tool with unsuspected caveats
Although genetic manipulations in mice have provided a powerful tool for investigating gene function in vivo, recent studies have uncovered a number of developmental phenomena that complicate the attribution of phenotype to the specific genetic change. A
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