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How obese mice get moving

Posted by G. Smit on Jan 26, 2017

By a showing of hands:  how many of you started this New Year with the resolution to get moving? Burn off those extra holiday calories, or finally really get in shape? Because, let’s be honest, it’s all about willpower right? “Just do it!”

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Topics: EthoVision XT, mice, obesitas, behavior recognition

Circadian rhythmicity and other behavioral studies at the Department of Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience (Washington State University)

Posted by G. Smit on Jul 9, 2013

Many labs use video tracking software to increase the efficiency of their research. In fact, EthoVision XT video tracking software has just reached an impressive milestone: 2000 sites worldwide. I spoke with Dr. Ilia Karatsoreos, who placed the order, and found out that he was helping to furnish a completely new facility at the Washington State University, and does some very interesting research. (Image courtesy of Lara Swimmer Photography.)

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Topics: EthoVision XT, Morris water maze, mice, Video tracking, social behavior research, Parkinson's Disease, open field test, anxiety research, rats, elevated plus maze, CatWalk XT, circadian rhytmicity, metabolic disorder, sleep disorder, obesitas

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