Are the lab rat's days numbered?
More accuracy seen in living cell stand-ins for human organs
Bioengineers are striving to topple a scientific icon: the lowly lab mouse. And to replace bunnies, beagles, and other warm-blooded animals with insentient but biologically sophisticated substitutes. (Full article: 958 words)
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