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Disease Biomarker Identification: The Zoo Animals Doing Their Bit for Science

News   Jul 16, 2019 | Original story from the University of Saarland

 
Disease Biomarker Identification: The Zoo Animals Doing Their Bit for Science

The blood of the 'radiated tortoise' was also examined by bioinformatics professor Andreas Keller and zoo director Richard Francke. Credit: Oliver Dietze.

 
 
 

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