Anxious, Aggressive Mice Used to Test Human Drugs This week, researchers report they have genetically engineered a mouse to be abnormally anxious and aggressive. Mice like these could help drug companies find the next Valium or Prozac. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports.
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This week, researchers report they have genetically engineered a mouse to be abnormally anxious and aggressive. Mice like these could help drug companies find the next Valium or Prozac. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports.