UCLA Researchers Help Complete Mouse Genetic Variation Map | GenomeWeb

Mice have been used for decades to study the role that genes play in a range of diseases. But precise data on variation in gene sequences of mice used in the past has remained elusive. Now, thanks to a group of computer scientists at the University of California, Los Angeles, an international effort to map mouse genetic variation in 17 commonly used strains of mice is nearly complete.

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