Blogger Genomic Repairman was none too thrilled when a visiting scientists from "huge famous university," with whom his lab collaborates, refused to accept the advice of senior PIs in his group. Specifically, he says, the visitor was working in his lab in order to gain technical assistance with — and preliminary data from — a mouse-model developed in Genomic Repairman's lab.

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