The Nude Mouse in Experimental and Clinical Research presents the state of knowledge regarding the nude mouse and its applications to different branches of scientific research. The research studies featured in this book emphasize the academic status of a broad range of subjects and techniques of nude mouse research.
The text consists of 21 chapters, each discussing an important aspect of nude mouse research. Some chapters discuss the biological aspect such as physiology, genes, and breeding and mass production of the mouse. A number of the chapters also discuss the general observations of the mouse like histopathological observations and their background. The applications of the nude mouse to human tumor and cancer cell research are likewise given emphasis.
This book will be of valuable importance to both students and researchers in the fields of medicine, biology, and pathology.