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MICEMuon Ionization Cooling Experiment
MICEMeetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events
MICEMeetings, Incentives, Conventions & Exhibitions
MICEMesoscopic Integrated Conformal Electronics
MICEMember of the Institute of Civil Engineers
MICEMetafile Image Code Execution
MICEMember, Institution of Civil Engineers (UK)
MICEManipal Institute of Computer Education (India)
MICEMoney, Ideology, Compromise, Ego (reasons people become spies)
MICEMilieu, Idea, Character, Event (fiction writing)
MICEManagement Information Capability for Enforcement
MICEMultivariate Imputation of Chained Equations
MICEMultisensory Intervention Through Consultation and Education
MICEMan's Impact on Coastal and Estuarine Ecosystems
MICEMoney, Ideology, Coercion & Ego (reasons people become spies)
MICEMember, Institute of Civil Engineering
MICEMissile Intercept Computer Evaluation (Model)
MICEMechanical, Ingress, Climatic/Chemical and Electromagnetic (computer network engineering)
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Then the mice were unharnessed from the truck and scampered away through the grass to their homes.
They worked with genetically engineered mice that make PrP only for the first 9 weeks of life and normal mice that make PrP indefinitely.
The boy's death was the second from hantavirus in California in the last month, and Los Angeles County health officials said the virus has been found among Antelope Valley deer mice but they don't know if the boy caught the disease locally, because he had traveled to a number of places in the weeks before he became sick.
Mice exposed to uninfected mosquitoes and injected at the feeding site with Cache Valley virus develop enhanced viremia and seroconversion compared with unbitten mice or to those co-injected with virus and mosquito saliva (20).
Inbred mice have been an invaluable resource for cancer and diabetes research for nearly a century.
Scientists began to create genetically modified mice in the 1980s (Gordon and Ruddle 1981; Palmiter and Brinster 1985).
The result: mice were born with a double copy of the "memory" gene, which they passed on to some of their own offspring--the Doogies.
There are mice designed to resemble Mickey Mouse; there are upside-down mice, called trackballs; there are small, flat surfaces built into a keyboard with which a moving finger maneuvers the screen cursor; and there are devices squeezed between the H and J keys of a keyboard that look like a rubber eraser at the end of a pencil (wriggling the tip steers the cursor on the screen).
Scientists create such mice by inserting mutations in one of two important tumor-suppressing genes that mice and people share.
1] mice develop SLE spontaneously and experience premature mortality, females develop more severe disease and succumb at an earlier age than do males (Roubinian et al.
Previous studies in suckling mice inoculated intracranially or intraporitoneally suggest that mice are not permissive to SARS-CoV (1,8).
Stunning as those results appeared, the tumors were mouse cancers artificially implanted on the skin of specially bred mice.