Depression research, mouse activity test

Depression research, mouse activity test

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Caption: Depression research. Mice hanging by their tails from sensors during research on treatments for depression. Depressed mice become immobile, so their activity, as detected by the sensors, is a measure of the effectiveness of treatments for depression. This work is being carried out at the CNRS Institute of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology (IPMC), Valbonne, France.

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