Lab mice with ‘wild’ microbiomes better reflect clinical data

NIH’s ‘wildling’ mice could be a better animal model for testing drug candidates

A lab mouse line carrying a wild mouse microbiome recapitulated unexpected clinical results, showing that the rodents, from NIH, could serve as a better model for preclinical testing than conventional lab mice.

Multiple studies have shown conventional mice, which are raised under pathogen-free conditions, lack the diverse

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