What can biological age tell us about our health? Is it a fixed number, or can it be reduced? A recent study from Poganik et al. investigates the fluctuations in biological age in response to physiological stress.
While air and noise pollution have been well documented independently, their combined effects are insufficiently discussed, until recently. In this blog post, we discuss a recent publication from Kuntic et al. on the combined and individual effects of these pollutants in mice.
In this webinar, Dr. Ileana Hanganu-Opatz, Dr. Jastyn A. Pöpplau, and Marilena Hnida discuss their research on prefrontal networks in developing head-fixed mice, and the role of these networks in cognition and models of neurodevelopmental diseases.
The majority of treatments for immunodeficiencies are temporary fixes, in part due to a lack of preclinical models that can accurately predict immune responses in humans. However, a novel model recently published in Nature Methods has potential to greatly improve future immune response studies, which we review in this blog post.
Trent Lund shares the latest and greatest developments in the ANY-maze Operant Interface, and gives us insight on how Stoelting has created the most inclusive line of neuroscience equipment in the industry.
Trent Lund, PhD, and Flavia Teixeira Silva, PhD, provide an introduction to the ANY-maze Operant Interface as well as a demonstration of the capabilities of the system to perform behavioral experiments.