Resource:The U.S. Pig Genome Project
|Name:||Resource:The U.S. Pig Genome Project|
|Description:||[[Definition::The porcine model has provided a fundamental research platform for developing human reproductive techniques and for studying reproductive diseases. Ongoing research using the pig to study cancer and diabetes are underway.
The pig has many similarities in structure and function with humans including size, feeding patterns, digestive physiology, dietary habits,
|Other Name(s):||The U.S. Pig Genome Project|
|Resource Type(s):||topical portal, database|
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