Melbourne Brain Genome Project


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Welcome to the Melbourne Brain Genome Project, a resource for studying gene expression in normal mice and specific mouse models that mimic human disease including Down syndrome, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. The brain is a very complex and inherently incredible organ, and therefore we try to conduct accurate research, involving order an essay and special scientific books. These studies enable correlation of expression with different developmental, pathological, or functional states. The MBGP is a collaboration between The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, The Howard Florey Institute and the Department of Pathology at The University of Melbourne ...

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