Some articles on mice:
... the elevated blood glucose levels of hyperglycemic mice ... Aqueous-methanolic extract of Cyperus scariosus showed hepatoprotective properties in mice ... causes immunosuppression by inhibiting Th1 cytokines in mice ...
... Miceşti is a commune in Argeş County, in southern central Romania ... It is composed of four villages Brânzari, Miceşti, Păuleasca and Purcăreni ... Lunca Corbului Mălureni Mărăcineni Merișani Micești Mihăești Mioarele Miroși Morărești Moșoaia Mozăceni Mușătești Negrași Nucșoara Oarja Pietroșani Poiana Lacului ...
... Recently, Cideb knock out mice have been generated by homolog recombination technique ... The Cide null mice show decreased lipogenesis The Cideb knockout mice are resistant to high fat diet induced obesity and liver steatosis ... In addition, the Cideb null mice also have improved insulin sensitivity and enhanced hepatic fatty acid oxidation and whole body metabolism ...
... Five mice of this species traveled into space and orbited the Earth and Moon in an experiment on board the Apollo 17 command module in December 1972 ... Four of the mice survived reentry ... Six other little pocket mice were sent into orbit with Skylab 3 in July 1973, though these animals died only 30 hours into the mission due to a power failure ...
... A legion of six-foot robot mice descend upon Earth and devour television reception antennas ... Metal-Munching Mice Bullwinkle Bites Back or Nothing but the Tooth Knock on Wood or Bullwinkle Takes the Rap A Knock for the Rock or The Lamp Is Low Window Pains or The Moosetrap Doorway to Danger or Doom ...
Famous quotes containing the word mice:
“The best laid schemes o mice and men Gang aft agley;
An leae us nought but grief an pain, For promisd joy!”
—Robert Burns (17591796)
“For something is amiss or out of place
When mice with wings can wear a human face.”
—Theodore Roethke (19081963)
“And the sun and the stove and the mice and the gnawed paper
Made up the days and nights when I missed supper,
Paring my nails, looking over the farbelow street
Of tramways and bells. But one night I heard the feet.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)