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How environmental enrichment reduces the effects of stroke

Posted by G. Smit on Aug 1, 2013

A study of environmental enrichment as possible brain tolerance inducing factor for strokes


Some research requires animals to be studied in groups. Of course, this is evident in social interaction studies, but it is also done simply to study each individual’s behavior while they are in a group. In both cases, it is very useful to have video tracking software that can automatically track the behavior of multiple animals simultaneously. Xie et al. recently published a study which shows just that. 

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Topics: EthoVision XT, Morris water maze, Video tracking, social behavior research, rats, stroke, environmental enrichment

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