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August 26th, 2006

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Sure, asking people across the globe, "Would you please shit in this cup?" was the most fun part of the project, but the labwork afterwards was a pain in the ass. Even tagging items in the CTS (Cryonic Turd Storage) facility and correlating them with the written and photographic descriptions wasn't so bad in comparison. The labwork took guts - the mouse guts weren't so bad, but the humans in the stage II trials didn't take so kindly to being poked and prodded on a weekly basis. At least we got a quantity discount on the barium enemas.
 
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From:pontiuspilates
Date:August 26th, 2006 08:16 pm (UTC)

truth is stranger than fiction

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One of the post-docs in the lab studies visceral pain.

Her research involves inserting tiny balloons into the recta of mice and inflating them.
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From:etoilenoir959
Date:August 29th, 2006 08:41 pm (UTC)
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One of my friends once had a prayer request: Please pray my mice will die. (Of course, put in context, if the mice didn't die, then she wouldn't have any samples)

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