Biological Aspects of Disease

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CRC Press, Jun 23, 1997 - Medical - 400 pages
Contains eleven contributions which address specific examples of the way in which animal experimentation leads to data applicable to human disease. Includes coverage of the ethics of animal use and advantages of animal models over alternate systems, including computer simulation, tissue culture, and in vitro biochemistry. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

Transgenic Animal Models of Disease
15
Of Mice
39
Animal Models in Gene Therapy
69
Animal Models for LeschNyhan Disease
93
Animal Models of Human Central Nervous System
145
Transgenic Animal Models in Hypertension
165
Transgenic Mouse Models of Human Epidermal Diseases
201
AIDS Models
247
Comparative Physiology of Mammalian Reproductive
305
The Ethics of Animal Use in Experimentation
347
Index
359
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