Oklahoma researcher builds a better mouse wheel
A new mouse wheel invented by an Oklahoma researcher helps scientists understand osteoarthritis.
Studying osteoarthritis in a mouse is difficult, because scientists can’t ask a rodent how it’s feeling. But a new invention from the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation lets mice tell researchers how they feel — without saying a word.
Mice are vital to medical research, giving scientists insights into the biology and genetics of animals whose physiology often correlates with those of humans. OMRF researcher Tim Griffin,...
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