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The laboratory mouse has long been the species of choice for many animal models of human diseases. In part, this is due to the long-standing genetic resources available for the mouse, but now also the development of powerful new techniques for generation of mutations, analysis of complex traits, and high throughput data gathering, have made the mouse the preeminent model for the study of human biology and disease. 34 With the completion of the mouse genome sequence, it is now possible todoi:10.1354/vp.09-vp-0042-s-com pmid:19605899 pmcid:PMC3804057 fatcat:eeorzzoffndktigjbylo3qqp7e