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RESEARCH Mouse Timeline Supplemental Materials  E-mailarticle Leza Berardone Leza Berardone  © Copyright 2002, The Scientist, Inc. All rights reserved. We welcome your opinion. If you would like to comment on this article, please write us at editorial@the-scientist.com News | Opinions & Letters | Research | Hot PapersLabConsumer | Profession | About The Scientist | JobsClassified | Web Registration | Print Subscriptions | Advertiser Informati

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