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house mouse

n.
A common mouse (Mus musculus) that lives in or near buildings, can be an agricultural pest and carrier of disease, and is bred in numerous strains for use as a laboratory animal.
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2018: Skull morphometry and sexual size dimorphism in Mus musculus from Slovakia.
Role of vitamin E in neural tube of mouse (Mus musculus) embryos and fetuses treated with valproic acid: Immunohistochemical study of Sonic Hedgehog.
Effect of Hordeum vulgare, Moringa oleifera, and Vitex negundo extracts on the hippocampus and memory of Mus musculus. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol 2018;8(6):892-897.
The house mouse (Mus musculus) prefers sand soil type (22%) followed by loamy sand (19%), sandy loam (17%) sandy clay loam 14%, loam 11%, clay loam 8%, silt loam 6% and least preferred soil was silty clay loam (3%) (Table III).
In this study, the synanthropic species with the highest capture frequency were Rattus rattus and Mus musculus (Table 1).
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of the consumption of collagen extracts processed chemically to the macroscopic and microscopic appearance of the kidneys in mice (Mus musculus).
Las capturas de los roedores se realizaron en el area urbana del municipio de Sincelejo, ubicado al noroeste de Colombia (9[grados]18" N, 75[grados]23" W), conformado por nueve comunas, entre el mes de julio de 2010 y febrero de 2011, teniendo en cuenta como criterios de inclusion los barrios de cada comuna con saneamiento basico precario (cercanias a arroyos, zonas enmontadas y botaderos improvisados de basura) favorables para la proliferacion de Mus musculus y transmision de las Leptospira spp.
Hemos leido con interes el articulo publicado por Amaro, donde se demuestra que existe un incremento de los leucocitos al administrar la betarraga en ratones albino de la especie Mus musculus de la cepa Balb/c (1).
Al revisar la literatura especializada, la mayoria de los estudios sobre morfogenesis dental se han llevado cabo en ratones Mus musculus, ya que son el biomodelo de eleccion en embriologia comparada para investigar el desarrollo de los dientes de los mamiferos, debido a su alimentacion, su actividad reproductiva (de 2 a 14 meses), a la posibilidad de manipulacion genetica y por presentar un periodo corto de gestacion de 18 a 21 dias [3].
They used Mus musculus JVI-1 to show that fresh homogenized crude aerial parts of the plant topically applied on excision wound surfaces reduced wound surface areas and increased tensile strength.