Why Are Mice The Most Frequently Used Lab Animal?

JOHN DANKOSKY: OK. Since we’ve just talked quite a bit about cats, it’s only fair we devote some time to their mortal enemies, mice. Specifically, we’re going to be talking about the kind you find in the laboratory. Mice and rats make up about 99% of animals used in research. But how did research come … Read more

Mice Model Market Size, Scope, Revenue, Opportunities and Growth by 2028 – Shanghaiist

New Jersey, United States- Verified Market Research recently released a new report titled Mice Model Market Insights, Size, Forecast to 2028. The report is prepared using primary and secondary research methodologies that provide an accurate and concise understanding of the Mice Model market. Analysts used a top-down and bottom-up approach to evaluate the segments and … Read more

Neuronal cilia are important for dopamine receptor 1 signaling, study shows

A historically overlooked rod-like projection present on nearly every cell type in the human body may finally be getting its scientific due: A new study has found that these appendages, called cilia, on neurons in the brain have a key role in ensuring a specific dopamine receptor’s signals are properly received. The research was conducted … Read more

Author Correction: Vascular surveillance by haptotactic blood platelets in inflammation and infection

Correction to: Nature Communications https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-19515-0, published online 13 November 2020. The original version of this Article contained an error in the “Introduction”, as reference was missing. The original version read incorrectly “[…] since the abrogation of lamellipodia formation does not affect hemostatic or thrombotic platelet functions 22.23 […]”. The correct version states “[…] since the … Read more

Study is first to show proper signaling relies on neuronal cilia — ScienceDaily

A historically overlooked rod-like projection present on nearly every cell type in the human body may finally be getting its scientific due: A new study has found that these appendages, called cilia, on neurons in the brain have a key role in ensuring a specific dopamine receptor’s signals are properly received. The research was conducted … Read more