Genome of Rat Model Reveals 60 Deleted Genes that May be Involved in Hypertension | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

Animal studies have always been important for understanding and characterizing human disease. Now, researchers have demonstrated that sequencing the genome of an animal model could yield even more insight by identifying causative mutations, genes, and pathways involved in complex genetic human disease.

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