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The Rag-2 knockout mouse is often used in biomedical research studies that

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Default The Rag-2 knockout mouse is often used in biomedical research studies that



require the grafting or related tis The Rag-2 knockout mouse is often used in biomedical research studies that require the grafting or related tissue or organ transplantation since these mice are said to be immuno-compromised. In brief, these mice lack the ability to make functional T-cell receptors. Why do these mice fail to reject foreign tissue grafts and transplants?
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