Researchers turn mice into biosensors

In a new research project, mice were trained to detect the bird flu virus in the feces of migratory birds. And the scientists involved say that the same techniques used to train mice could also apply to dogs, creating a new breed of animal that could be used to detect the virus as it spreads. Release

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