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See larger Mouse models were on display for visitors at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Mouse models were on display for visitors at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • Mouse models were on display for visitors at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Mice sleep in their plastic container at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Collier County Commissioner Donna Fiala, center, and Pat Botthof, right, peer in at mice at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jim Coletta, Collier County Commissioner, Nick Healy, president of Ave Maria University, center, and Jeff Klatzkow, Collier County Attorney, right, look in at some mouse models bred to help scientists discover how their genes explain different diseases during The Jackson Laboratory's Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jim Coletta, Collier County Commissioner, looks in at some mouse models bred to help scientists discover how their genes explain different diseases during The Jackson Laboratory's Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jim Coletta, Collier County Commissioner, talks with Jill Goldthwait of The Jackson Laboratory during Jackson Lab's Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jim Coletta, Collier County Commissioner, looks in at some mouse models bred to help scientists discover how their genes explain different diseases during The Jackson Laboratory's Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jim Coletta, Collier County Commissioner, looks in at some mouse models bred to help scientists discover how their genes explain different diseases during The Jackson Laboratory's Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • A mouse that has been designed to have genes that cause certain types of cancer like leukemia and Hodgkin's like lymphoma was on display for visitors at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. The inbred mice are designed to help scientists learn more about human disease. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Four-year-old Conrad Taylor of Naples looks at a line of mice models on display at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • A mouse that has been designed to have genes that cause certain types of cancer like leukemia and Hodgkin's like lymphoma was on display for visitors at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. The inbred mice are designed to help scientists learn more about human disease. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Collier County Commissioner Donna Fiala sits with Shirlee Barcic, chairwoman of the Marco Island Advisory Committee in the auditorium at The Jackson Laboratory during their Discovery Days in Bar Harbor, Maine on July 17, 2010. About 40 Naples residents, including commissioners Donna Fiala and Jim Coletta arrived in Bar Harbor for the weekend to tour and learn more about the Jackson Lab. Greg Kahn/Staff

Collier County Commissioners Jim Coletta, and Donna Fiala toured the Jackson Laboratory on Saturday, July 17, 2010.

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