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Ever since Clarence Cook Little started his landmark genetic experiments on mice more than a century ago, the mouse has been the go-to animal model for medical research.
But a wide variety of other animals can be found in medical labs around the world. Taken (or stitched) together, they form a kind of laboratory doppelganger for humans: similar biology, fewer moral qualms—though certainly not none.
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