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Contribution increases by tenfold the mouse mutation resources of one type available

(UT Southwestern Medical Center) The world's supply of one type of mouse mutation available for research increased nearly tenfold with a recent transfer from the UT Southwestern Medical Center laboratory of Nobel Laureate Dr. Bruce Beutler to a repository supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) - a significant contribution that will help further medical and scientific discoveries.
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