Chihuahuan pocket mouse
The Chihuahuan pocket mouse (Chaetodipus eremicus) is a species of heteromyid rodent found in the southwestern United States and Mexico. It was formerly considered a subspecies of the desert pocket mouse (C. pencillatus), but was determined to be a distinct species in 1996, following analysis of its mitochondrial DNA. .
Biting chinchilla mouse
The biting chinchilla mouse (Euneomys mordax) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found in west central Argentina and nearby areas of Chile, where it inhabits highland meadows, probably at elevations of 1740 to 3000 m.
Mouse-A-Mania is the eight studio album by Jamaican reggae singer Eek-A-Mouse. The album is a collection of two of The Mouse's prior albums The Assassinator (1983) and The King And I (1985)
Angolan multimammate mouse
The Angolan multimammate mouse (Myomyscus angolensis) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae. It is found in Angola and Democratic Republic of the Congo. Its natural habitats are dry savanna and moist savanna.
In vivo imaging of metastatic mouse models
Transgenic mouse models can be imaged by various non-invasive techniques. Bioluminescence imagingBioluminescence imaging relies on the detection of light produced by the enzymatic oxidation of an exogenous substrate. The substrate luciferin, is oxidized to oxyluciferin in the presence of luciferase and emits light, which can be detected using an IVIS system such as a Xenogen machine. Dissociated mammary cells from MMTV-PyMT: IRES: Luc; MTB (Internal ribosome entry site: Luciferin) animals (which were not exposed to doxycycline) can be injected into the lateral tail veins of immunodeficient mice on a doxycycline-free diet. No bioluminescence signal will be observed in the lungs of recipient mice until they are given doxycycline food. Bioluminescence can then be detected in the chest within 2 weeks of the start of doxycycline exposure. Luciferase is injected just before taking the images. Fluorescent imagingIntravital microscopy with multi photon excitation is a technique to visualize genetically engineered cells directly in vivo. Multi step metastatic cascades can be visualized by labelling with unique fluorescent colour under fluorescence microscope. Radioisotopic imagingPositron emission tomography (PET), single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and computed tomography (CT) have been used to compare the efficiency of these in vivo imaging for detecting lesions at an early stage and to evaluate the response to chemotherapy. MRI ImagingMagnetic resonance imaging requires the use of nano-particles(liposomes) and an MRI contrast agent called gadolinium. The particles were then placed in vesicles via a polycarbonate membrane filter. The nano-particles are injected into the metastases evolved mice, and left there for twenty-four hours. These mice are then scanned, and in the imaging software there are accumulations of these particles in certain areas where cells have metastasized.
Wild Mouse (Blackpool Pleasure Beach)
The Wild Mouse was a wooden roller coaster located in Blackpool Pleasure Beach which opened in 1958. It was one of only four remaining wooden Wild Mouse coasters left in the world as of the end of the 2017 season, and was held in very high regard as one of the finest and most extreme examples of Wild Mouse coasters. After remaining closed for the majority of the 2017 season, the ride was removed indefinitely in January 2018 to make way for "future developments".
Hispid pocket mouse
The hispid pocket mouse (Chaetodipus hispidus) is a large pocket mouse native to the Great Plains region of North America. It is a member of the genus Chaetodipus
Mearns's pouched mouse
Mearns's pouched mouse (Saccostomus mearnsi) is a species of rodent in the family Nesomyidae. It is found in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, and Uganda. Its natural habitats are dry savanna, subtropical or tropical dry shrubland, hot deserts, and arable land.
what's wrong with me mouse and how do i fix it?
Thats something I do not miss doing (weekly mouse maintenence lol) but since I switched all my PC's to a laser/optical mouse I have not needed to do that in years, I highly recommend replacing the mouse and forget about ever needing to clean the mouse again :)
How do you catch a mouse thats in the house?
take a 5 gallon bucket, put about 3 inches of water in it. then use a pop can and punch a wire throught it and lay it across the top of the bucket and put peanutbutter on the can. Then use a small thin piece of wood as a ramp up to the top of it. the mouse will smell the peanut butter, climb up the ramp and try to jump onto the pop can. the pop can will spin and the mouse will fall into the water and drown. This is called the "wheele of death". it works amazingly.