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Nature Biotechnology volume 25, pages 5960 (2007) | Download Citation

A rapid, new approach for generating mutant mice from embryonic stem cells may accelerate high-throughput phenotype analysis.

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  1. Thomas Gridley and Rick Woychik are at the Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine 04609, USA. tom.gridley@jax.org or rick.woychik@jax.org

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