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Is the "Humanized" Mouse an Appropriate Model for Vaccine Studies?

News   Nov 29, 2018 | Original story from Princeton University

 
Is the "Humanized" Mouse an Appropriate Model for Vaccine Studies?

Researchers led by a team at Princeton University are exploring ways to make the mouse immune system more similar to that of humans, enabling mice to help in the search for new vaccines and treatments. Credit: Alexander Ploss and Florian Douam, Princeton University

 
 
 

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