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1 Discussion: Using Animals in Neuroscience Research Week 13, Discussion Animal Research • What animals are and have been used in neuroscience research? • How has animal research been used in neuroscience research? • Guidelines for use of animals in research • Pro arguments • Con arguments Animals used in Research
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2 Animals in Neuroscience: Nobel Olfaction – 2004 – Rodents, insects, and reptiles Apoptosis - 2002 – Nemotode worm Cellular mechanisms of memory - 2000 Nitric oxide – 1998 – Rabbit Prions (mad cow disease) 1997 –M i c e Early embryonic development – 1995 –F r u i t f l y Neurotransmitters – 1990 –F r o g Nerve growth factors – 1986 – Mouse, chick, snake Vision – 1981 Hypothalamic hormones – 1977 Imprinting behavior – 1973 Storage and release of neurotransmitters – 1970 Ionic basis of action potential –
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course HD 220 taught by Professor Anon during the Fall '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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