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NIH launches "Knockout Mouse Project"

NIH launches "Knockout Mouse Project"

Kidney treatments may be improved with new understanding of cell death mechanism

Kidney treatments may be improved with new understanding of cell death mechanism

New AF267B drug reverses key cognitive deficits, pathology in Alzheimer's

New AF267B drug reverses key cognitive deficits, pathology in Alzheimer's

Cellular signal may determine life or death for damaged brain cells

Cellular signal may determine life or death for damaged brain cells

Mouse model of Rett Syndrome displays reduced cortical activity

Mouse model of Rett Syndrome displays reduced cortical activity

Nutrition gene key in regulating immune system

Nutrition gene key in regulating immune system

Mosaic Analysis with Double Markers (MADM) - A powerful new tool to study diseases and genetics

Mosaic Analysis with Double Markers (MADM) - A powerful new tool to study diseases and genetics

New findings about insulin-signaling in the liver could prove useful in understanding type 2 diabetes

New findings about insulin-signaling in the liver could prove useful in understanding type 2 diabetes

Definitive evidence that TRPV3 is a temperature sensor

Definitive evidence that TRPV3 is a temperature sensor

Discovery offers promise for treatment of age-related hearing loss

Discovery offers promise for treatment of age-related hearing loss

Rett Syndrome, the first identified epigenetic disease -  linked to specific defects in the three-dimensional folding of chromatin

Rett Syndrome, the first identified epigenetic disease - linked to specific defects in the three-dimensional folding of chromatin

Experimental compound prevents cholesterol gallstone disease

Experimental compound prevents cholesterol gallstone disease

alpha4 may prove to be useful target for smoking addiction therapies

alpha4 may prove to be useful target for smoking addiction therapies

By altering a single gene you could live longer and be thinner

By altering a single gene you could live longer and be thinner