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Tiermodelle in der biomedizinischen Forschung

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Grundlagen der Molekularen Medizin

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Tierversuche spielen seit langem eine unersetzliche Rolle bei der Erforschung der Grundlagen, der Vorbeugung und der Behandlung von Erkrankungen. Sie sind unerlässlich für die Analyse komplexer physiologischer Prozesse und ihrer Kontrollmechanismen. Um molekulare Aspekte von physiologischen oder pathophysiologischen Prozessen zu verstehen, werden in den letzten Jahren vermehrt transgene Tiere eingesetzt.

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