‘My mouse has no phenotype’

  title={‘My mouse has no phenotype’},
  author={Wim E Crusio},
At the recent Annual Meeting of the International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society in San Diego, one of the symposia was devoted to the history of behavioral neurogenetics. The convener of that symposium, Stephen Maxson, gave three reasons why the history of our discipline should interest us (see Meeting Report, this issue). I would like to point to a few additional justifications. A first one is the importance of older scientific literature. There is nowadays a tendency to regard… Expand
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