Animal Model

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Last Updated: 04 May 2022
animal model integration to autdb, a genetic database for autism. "animal model integration to autdb, a genetic database for autism.", by Kumar A, Wadhawan R, Swanwick CC, Kollu R, Basu SN, Banerjee-Basu S. F4: Distribution of Genetic Models within the Animal Model Database. With a data-freeze of September 1, 2010, we assessed the relative use of genetic constructs for creation of ASD-related animal models documented within the Animal...

An animal model is a non-human species used in biomedical research due to the fact that it can mimic aspects of an organic process or disease found in human beings. Animal models are sufficiently like people in their composition, response or physiology to a virus that researchers can theorize the outcomes of animal model studies to better understand human physiology and disease. By utilizing animal models, researchers can carry out experiments that would be not practical or morally forbidden with people. Animal Model: Spontaneous animal models are those for which a certain disease shows up naturally in the animal examined. Cancer Genetics and Comparative Genomics Branch.

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