“Of Mice and Men” research poetry

The proprietor of the EasternBlot blog has made (wrought?) a poem entirely from the titles of 40 academic articles that begin with the phrase “Of Mice and Men”. The poem begins:

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.

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).

The full poem is accompanied by citations for each of those studies.

(Thanks to Rolf Zwaan for bringing this to our attention.)

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