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Eureka Staff

The Latest in CNS Research

If you enjoyed reading our recent blog about new avenues for translating Central Nervous System disease from mouse to men, you might also like this follow-up by Charles River scientist Toni Ahtoniemi that appeared in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News (GEN) today. The GEN exclusive offers expert tips when using automated, high-precision kinematic movement analysis, a more sensitive and complete way of detecting motor abilities in animals that model CNS disease such as Huntington’s. You can find the story here.