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  • A University of Utah test detects hidden toxic effects by subjecting mice to competition for resources. Biology professor Wayne K. Potts and biologist Shannon M. Gaukler, who recently completed a doctoral degree at the U, stand in front of the test enclosure, illuminated in red light that mice perceive as nightfall.
    Andy Brimhall / University of Utah
    A University of Utah test detects hidden toxic effects by subjecting mice to competition for resources. Biology professor Wayne K. Potts and biologist Shannon M. Gaukler, who recently completed a doctoral degree at the U, stand in front of the test enclosure, illuminated in red light that mice perceive as nightfall.
  • A University of Utah test detects hidden toxic effects by subjecting mice to competition for resources. Biologist Shannon M. Gaukler, lead study author, stands in front of the test enclosure, illuminated in red light that mice perceive as nightfall.
    Andy Brimhall / University of Utah
    A University of Utah test detects hidden toxic effects by subjecting mice to competition for resources. Biologist Shannon M. Gaukler, lead study author, stands in front of the test enclosure, illuminated in red light that mice perceive as nightfall.
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