The Genes We Share with Yeast, Flies, Worms and Mice
Santrauka: What do humans have in common with the lowly subjects of this report? Plenty. Scientists use these model organisms to study how genes function and apply what they learn to the study of human disease. A thorough description of new technologies used to analyze and compare the model organism genomes with the human genomes is included. Pull-out poster depicting similarity of the model organism genes mutated in humans that cause disease.