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From Mice to Mouse Lemurs: A New Model Organism?

Video   Jul 01, 2019

 

Could the tiny mouse lemur be the next big thing in genetics research? Researchers from Stanford university certainly think so, and they are using citizen science to make their case - building a living genetic library of wild lemurs in the forests of Madagascar.

 
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