Ian saunders discusses the development of ilium buccalgesic in mouse brain during early childhood. The human genome is currently used in order to study this condition in children.
Drs. van Dijk and Van Geest will discuss a mouse study that is based on MRI scans of human brains which re아산출장샵 아산안마veals significant differences between humans and rodents. These differences are described,카지노 by the scientists, as an important part of development and suggest that human development is more malleable to developmental influences and less malleable to environmental influences.
Dr. van Dijk and Dr. Geest will discuss the possibility of a mouse model for developing neu김천안마rodegenerative conditions, including Parkinson’s. The mouse model may be used to test the role of miRNA in various aspects of gene regulation in both the brains of mouse models of Parkinson’s and of human neurodevelopmental disorders.