Mouse Cancer Genetics Program
The Mouse Cancer Genetics Program is a specialized skill that focuses on studying the genetic basis of cancer in mice to develop better treatments for human cancers. It involves using genetically engineered mice to model and understand the mechanisms of cancer development, as well as testing new therapies and drugs in these mouse models. This program requires expertise in molecular biology, genetics, mouse genetics, and cancer biology, and is critical in advancing cancer research and improving cancer treatments.
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