Questions arise about relevance of studies with mice to trauma in humans
Mice are poor stand-ins for people in experiments on some types of inflammation, a new study concludes. But some scientists say that critique discounts the value of mouse studies, and that many biomedical experiments simply couldn’t be done without the animals.
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