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, 7 (3), e1000245

Can Animal Models of Disease Reliably Inform Human Studies?

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Can Animal Models of Disease Reliably Inform Human Studies?

H Bart van der Worp et al. PLoS Med.

Abstract

H. Bart van der Worp and colleagues discuss the controversies and possibilities of translating the results of animal experiments into human clinical trials.

Conflict of interest statement

Malcolm R. MacLeod is on the Editorial Board of PLoS Medicine.

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