Of Mice and Men – a poem

Every line in this poem is the title of a scientific article. References below. Reposted from easternblot.net.

mouseOf mice and men?1

Of mice and men.2
Of mice and men, metals and mutations.3
Of mice and men, corticosteroids, and vicarious participation.4
Of mice and men–universality and breakdown of behavioral organization.5
Of mice and men: the riddle of tubular regeneration.6

Of mice and men: the human sciences and the humanities.7
Of mice and men: skin cells, stem cells and ethical uncertainties.8
Of mice and men. 9

Of mice and men, rats, and atherosclerosis. 10
Of mice, cats, and men: is human breast cancer a zoonosis?11
Of mice and men. 12

Of mice and men: a model of HIV encephalitis.13
Of mice and men: murine models of anti-GBM antibody nephritis.14
Of mice and men: genetic skin diseases of keratin.15
Of mice and men. Honesty and integrity in medicine.16

Of mice and men.17
Of digital mice and men. 18
Of cholesterol-free mice and men. 19
Of (stressed) mice and men.20
Of (only) mice and men.21
Of mice and men…but so much more too!22

Of mice, men, and physicians.23
Of mice, men, and trypanosomes.24
Of mice, men, and cholesterol.25
Of mice, men and the genome.26

Of mice and men, and chandeliers.27
Of mice and men…and elephants. 28
Of mice and men – and lopsided birds. 29
Of mice and men: the road to tolerance. 30

Of mice and men: the evolving phenotype of aromatase deficiency.31
Of mice and men: an introduction to mouseology or, anal eroticism and Disney.32

Of mice, and other beasts, and men. 33
Of mice and men (and cows and cats)34
Of mice–and rats, dogs, rabbits, cats, and monkeys–and men.35
Of fruit flies, mice, and men: the illicit review of science. 36
Of flies, mice, and men.37
Of mice and men.38

Of mice and men…and broken hearts.39
Of mice and men: the tale of two therapies.40

Of mice and men: the mice were right.41

First published on easternblot.net. All titles by their respective authors – and by John Steinbeck. Placed in a moderately pleasant order by me. Image by Kim Carpenter, CC-BY.

References:

  1. Nomura, T. Of mice and men? Nature 345, 671 (1990).
  2. Martin, J. B. Of mice and men. Nature 307, 10 (1984).
  3. Danks, D. M. Of mice and men, metals and mutations. J Med Genet 23, 99–106 (1986).
  4. Laudenslager, M. L. Of mice and men, corticosteroids, and vicarious participation. Brain Behav Immun 18, 414–415 (2004).
  5. Nakamura, T. et al. Of mice and men–universality and breakdown of behavioral organization. PLoS ONE 3, e2050 (2008).
  6. Romagnani, P. Of mice and men: the riddle of tubular regeneration. J Pathol 229, 641–644 (2013).
  7. Caplan, A. L. Of mice and men: the human sciences and the humanities. Hastings Cent Rep 10, 38–39 (1980).
  8. Sugarman, J. & Mathews, D. J. Of mice and men: skin cells, stem cells and ethical uncertainties. Regen Med 4, 791 (2009).
  9. Holliday, R. Of mice and men. Nature 360, 305 (1992).
  10. Russell, J. C. Of mice and men, rats and atherosclerosis. Cardiovasc Res 59, 810–811 (2003).
  11. Szabo, S., Haislip, A. M. & Garry, R. F. Of mice, cats, and men: is human breast cancer a zoonosis? Microsc Res Tech 68, 197–208 (2005).
  12. Ben-Neriah, Y. & Schmitz, M. L. Of mice and men. EMBO Rep 5, 668–673 (2004).
  13. McArthur, J. C. & Kieburtz, K. Of mice and men: a model of HIV encephalitis. Neurology 54, 284–285 (2000).
  14. Borza, D. B. & Hudson, B. G. Of mice and men: murine models of anti-GBM antibody nephritis. Kidney Int 61, 1905–1906 (2002).
  15. Fuchs, E. & Coulombe, P. A. Of mice and men: genetic skin diseases of keratin. Cell 69, 899–902 (1992).
  16. Ariyan, S. Of mice and men. Honesty and integrity in medicine. Ann Surg 220, 745–750 (1994).
  17. Pennisi, E. Of mice and men. Science 349, 21–23 (2015).
  18. Rew, D. A. Of digital mice and men. Eur J Surg Oncol 29, 624–627 (2003).
  19. Brown, A. J. Of cholesterol-free mice and men. Curr Opin Lipidol 15, 373–375 (2004).
  20. Bateson, M. Of (stressed) mice and men. Nat Methods 11, 623–624 (2014).
  21. Leyland-Jones, B. & Grieshaber, C. K. Of (only) mice and men. Br J Cancer 81, 753–755 (1999).
  22. Kelsh, R., Arnheiter, H. & Bosenberg, M. Of mice and men … but so much more too! Pigment Cell Melanoma Res 26, 285 (2013).
  23. Cohen, I. Of mice, men, and physicians. J La State Med Soc 143, 3–5 (1991).
  24. Of mice, men, and trypanosomes. Lancet 2, 860–861 (1977).
  25. Aftring, R. P. & Freeman, M. W. Of mice, men and cholesterol. Hepatology 19, 1054–1056 (1994).
  26. Margolin, J. Of mice, men, and the genome. Genome Res 10, 1431–1432 (2000).
  27. Woodruff, A. & Yuste, R. Of mice and men, and chandeliers. PLoS Biol 6, e243 (2008).
  28. Gordon, M. Y., Lewis, J. L. & Marley, S. B. Of mice and men…and elephants. Blood 100, 4679–4680 (2002).
  29. Corballis, M. C. Of mice and men – and lopsided birds. Cortex 44, 3–7 (2008).
  30. Tolkoff-Rubin, N. E. Of mice and men: the road to tolerance. Curr Opin Nephrol Hypertens 11, 579–581 (2002).
  31. Jones, M. E., Boon, W. C., Proietto, J. & Simpson, E. R. Of mice and men: the evolving phenotype of aromatase deficiency. Trends Endocrinol Metab 17, 55–64 (2006).
  32. Berger, A. A. Of mice and men: an introduction to mouseology or, anal eroticism and Disney. J Homosex 21, 155–165 (1991).
  33. Watkin, B. Of mice, and other beasts, and men. Nurs Mirror 146, 10 (1978).
  34. Davies, K. Of mice and men (and cows and cats). Nature 361, 478 (1993).
  35. Frank, R. N. Of mice–and rats, dogs, rabbits, cats, and monkeys–and men. Arch Ophthalmol 108, 502–503 (1990).
  36. Lewin, B. Of fruit flies, mice, and men: the illicit review of science. Cell 38, 343–344 (1984).
  37. Verity, C. Of flies, mice, and men. Dev Med Child Neurol 42, 723 (2000).
  38. Campbell, K. Of mice and men. Lancet Oncol 4, 334 (2003).
  39. French, B. A., Yang, Z., Berr, S. S. & Kramer, C. M. Of mice and men . . . and broken hearts. Circulation 104, E110 (2001).
  40. Hawley, R. G. & Sobieski, D. A. Of mice and men: the tale of two therapies. Stem Cells 20, 275–278 (2002).
  41. Bennett, V. Of mice and men: the mice were right. J Clin Invest 95, 921–922 (1995).
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