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If acupuncture was provided after an LPS shock, then the mice showed even higher levels of inflammation.
Oatley has demonstrated his technique in mice but faces challenges with livestock.
Wang, who reported those results June 15 in Cell Research, says his team is now testing the compound in mice.
Further experiments found that disrupting the vCA1 cells when giving mice a shock disrupted the entire network—that is, the waves broke down and the mice forgot their fear.
Of course, it’s hard to ask a mouse if it actually smelled something, so the team took a roundabout approach.
Scientists have implanted an artificial odor directly in the brains of mice.
Another study, published May 7 in ACS Chemical Neuroscience, found similar results in mice.
Within 20 seconds, the team was able to generate the basic shape of a human ear on a living mouse, with the ear-like shape maintaining its sophisticated structure for at least a month.
They kept the mice awake for up to five days in a cage with a rotating bar that gently pushed the animals to make them move.
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In other words, their physiology seemed to indicate the mice had been exercising.

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