Mouse development - From oocyte to stem cells

  • Manuela Monti | m.monti@smatteo.pv.it San Matteo foundation for health, hospitalization and care, Italy.

Abstract

This is a really good book for those who love developmental biology: young fellows at the beginning of their careers, esteemed professors, historians of science or fully active leading researchers. The mouse is THE animal model, as it was, crucial for the advancements of knowledge in any of the life science fields. This idea originates within the beginning of the last century (1901-1908) when William Bosworth Castle studied Granby mice (for the detailed and interesting story about the waltzing mice, please visit this webpage: www.informatics.jax.org/morsebook/chapters/morse1.shtml) and continued in 1909 when DBA, the first inbred strain, was created....

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Manuela Monti, San Matteo foundation for health, hospitalization and care
Scientific Department, Research Center for Regenerative Medicine
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2014-02-19
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Monti, M. (2014). Mouse development - From oocyte to stem cells. European Journal of Histochemistry, 58(1). https://doi.org/10.4081/ejh.2014.2369