Resource:Mouse Pathology Training Grant
|Name:||Resource:Mouse Pathology Training Grant|
Laboratory animals are used in nearly half of all research projects supported by the National Institutes of Health. Significant needs exist at the national level for skilled scientists trained to work with and interpret the data generated from the use of rodent animal models.
|Other Name(s):||Mouse Pathology Training Grant|
|Parent Organization:||Ohio State University; Ohio; USA|
|Resource Type(s):||Laboratory portal|
|Keywords:||Endocrinology, Genetic, Animal, Biochemistry, Cellular, Disease, Health, Histologic, Human, Immunodeficient, Immunology, Infectious, Laboratory, Medicine, Model, Molecular, Mouse, Oncology, Pathobiology, Pathology, Pathophysiologic, Phenotype, Physiology, Technique, Veterinary|
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|Has role||Laboratory portal +|
|Is part of||Ohio State University; Ohio; USA +|
|Keywords||Endocrinology +, Genetic +, Animal +, Biochemistry +, Cellular +, Disease +, Health +, Histologic +, Human +, Immunodeficient +, Immunology +, Infectious +, Laboratory +, Medicine +, Model +, Molecular +, Mouse +, Oncology +, Pathobiology +, Pathology +, Pathophysiologic +, Phenotype +, Physiology +, Technique +, and Veterinary +|
|Label||Resource:Mouse Pathology Training Grant +|
|ModifiedDate||2 February 2015 +|
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|Synonym||Mouse Pathology Training Grant +|