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mouse

a device used to move a pointer around a COMPUTER screen.
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She studies mouse lemurs in Madagascar's Ranomafana National Park.
The researchers repeatedly transplanted marrow cells from one mouse to another, waiting a few weeks between transplants to see whether the cells would proliferate in their new hosts.
color) A deer mouse has a white underbelly and white sides on its tail.
To ensure that all virus injected into mouse tails could be recovered and detected, a series of known doses (2.
Two developments in the early eighties, less than twenty years before the mouse genome had been fully sequenced, sharply increased the demand for the lab mouse in all sectors.
Over time, the ability of genetically modified mouse models to serve as living instruments for both in vivo and molecular research has earned them a prominent niche in contemporary efforts to integrate genetics and genomics with classic toxicology.
The group used mouse-human somatic cell hybrids to screen a panel of mouse cell lines each containing a single human chromosome.
Tsien created his Doogies by injecting a group of mouse embryos, or fertilized eggs, with an extra copy of the NR2B gene.
Users can activate the two large buttons easily and can even get the functionality of a third button by pressing both mouse buttons in tandem.
When computer users first encounter a mouse, they generally have difficulty synchronizing its movements.
HOUSTON -- The Texas Institute for Genomic Medicine (TIGM) announced today that the second installation of its OmniBank II library of knockout mouse embryonic stem cell clones has been completed by Lexicon Genetics Incorporated (Nasdaq:LEXG).
The mouse continued to thrive even after the scientists repeatedly injected it with a wide range of cancer-cell types in increasing amounts.