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POSTED 15 DECEMBER 2005
Custom-made rodents

pile of mice in varying shades of grey and brown"Knockout" mice

Item description: Mice have specific genes blocked to show what those genes do.

Photo: National Cancer Institute


Product features

Gene deletions/inactivation can meet your requirements.

Knockout mice can be used to study cancer, obesity, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, substance abuse, anxiety, aging and Parkinson's disease.

Product can be used to develop and test drugs and therapies.

Perfect stocking stuffer!

Be the only one in your lab with a custom-made knockout mouse.


These babies are knockouts!User reviews

0 of 6 readers found this comment useful:
"I think these guys are confused. I only make genes in slim and boot-cut." - L. Strauss, San Francisco, USA

3 of 3 readers found this comment useful:
"It's like genetics for idiots! - J. Watson, Long Island, NY

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