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... noninvasive deep brain stimulation appears to activate brain areas resulting in motor changes in a mouse model that could, potentially, prove relevant to treatment of Parkinson's disease and other movement

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... and brain damage. The translational potential is the subject for discussion by independent experts.A novel experimental treatment for prion disease showed promising results in an animal model, according to a study

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Prion Diseases | Models, Animal

... at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a new animal model for familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) based on a mutation in the TAR DNA binding protein-43 (TDP-43) gene identified in some ALS...

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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis | Models, Animal

... explained, and it has been reported both in patients and animal models.Low-frequency neural synchronization is highly correlated with motor impairment, thus it is believed to contribute to the mechanisms that link the...

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Spinal Cord | Disease Models, Animal

...SAN FRANCISCO — Innovative animal models are leading to new clues regarding the multiple etiologies contributing to multiple sclerosis (MS), according to Stephen L. Hauser, MD. In the Raymond D. Adams Lecture here

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Multiple Sclerosis | Models, Animal

.... Goldman said in an e-mail message. “The beauty of our mouse model is that it brought us closer to understanding one of the possible mechanisms behind this dual phenotype. We are actively trying to better understand

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Death, Sudden | Epilepsy | Models, Animal

... of Colorado School of Medicine, told Neurology Today. “But this does show that the newer strains of EV-D68 are neurotrophic and cause a disease as close as possible in an animal model to what happens in humans,” said...

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... of this form are not there in other animal models of prion diseases,” Dr. Kretzschmar said, “and it certainly opens a new way to address what is happening in this specific form of the disease.”Dr. Kretzschmar, a...

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Insomnia, Fatal Familial | Prion Diseases | Models, Animal

... derived from his determination to find risk factors for cardiovascular events not presently explained by traditional risk factors.“Animal models have begun to give us insights into the mechanisms that link stress

...ARTICLE IN BRIEFRemoving Ephexin5 in an animal model of Alzheimer's disease led to the dendritic spine density returning to normal levels and normalization of learning and memory behavioral testing.Figure. EPHEXIN5

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