A group of scientists has recently discovered that a small network of cells in mice can turn appetite on and off, and may possibly lead to a breakthrough in treating eating disorders.
Researchers have discovered a way to make whole see-through mice, complete with transparent organs, even while maintaining proper cellular structure. Experts claim that recently deceased test subjects with this incredible characteristic will allow them to further understand interactions between the brain and body of mammals.
A group of neuroscientists are using a new revolutionary tool called "Thunder" to monitor brain activity, which provides large data sets at a tremendous rate - a task that was once difficult for one computer alone to handle.
By transplanting new brain cells into mice suffering from Alzheimer's disease, a new study has found that the technique can help reverse memory loss.
Researchers have been struggling for years to better understand dystomina - a movement disorder - in the hopes that unveiling its causes could lead to a better understanding of various neurological disorders. Now, the creation of a new mouse model may help researchers achieve just that.
Researchers are claiming that they have determined how to reverse the onset of type 1 diabetes, successfully testing it in experimental animal trials.
Mr. T should be proud. Mice sporting the actor and wrestler's distinct hairdo are helping scientists investigate the genetic secrets of Autism Spectrum Disorder, a new study reports.
The next time you see a lab mouse going nowhere fast on an exercise wheel, don't feel so sorry for him. Recent research has found that mice actually enjoy running the wheel, and even wild mice will do it.
In a first, scientists have reinstated the sense of smell among mice using gene therapy.