Researchers have created transgenic mice capable of detecting potential toxins in the human body.
"We have unequivocally demonstrated the basis for the xenobiotic response residing within a specific molecule, which is a nuclear receptor," explains Evans, director of the Gene Expression Laboratory at Salk and senior author of study. The work "...
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