Animal Models for the Study of Human Disease by P. Michael Conn

By P. Michael Conn

Animal versions for the learn of Human disorder, moment Edition, presents wanted details on version sharing, animal possible choices, animal ethics and entry to databanks of versions, bringing jointly universal descriptions of versions for busy researchers throughout biomedical and organic sciences.

Offering simply searchable merits and downsides for every animal version and arranged by means of illness themes, this source aids researchers find the simplest animal version for study in human disease.

  • Organized via illness orientation for ease of searchability
  • Provides details on finding assets, animal choices, and animal ethics
  • Covers a vast variety of animal types utilized in examine for human disease
  • Contributed by way of best specialists around the globe
  • Expanded assurance of diabetes and neurological diseases

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