Stereo Investigator case studies

Stereo Investigator Case Studies

Case Study 1Researchers at Erasmus University Discover Diet Restriction Slows Neurodegeneration and Extends Lifespan of DNA-Repair-Deficient Mice

Case Study 2Scientists at University of Delaware Uncover The Role Of Microglia in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

Case Study 3Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine find Genetic Mutation Accelerates CTE Pathology

Case Study 4Scientists at University of California Discover Dying Neurons in Alzheimer’s Patients Show Signs of Improvement After Gene Therapy

Case Study 5Researchers at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Discover Delayed Loss Of Neurons Occurs in Mice with Mild TBI and Anxiety

Case Study 6Scientists Assess Kidney Damage with Stereo Investigator, Determine Ultrasound Prevents Organ Injury

Case Study 7: Researchers from Carleton University Explore Spatial Memory with Stereo Investigator

Case Study 8: Scientists from University of Miami use Stereo Investigator in Spinal Cord Injury Study

Case Study 9: Stereological Study done by Scientists at the VU University Medical Center Reveal Neuron and Glia Proliferation in Hippocampus of Lithium-Treated Mice

Case Study 10: Researchers at University of Wisconsin-Madison Reveal Iron Deficiency Worsens Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

Case Study 11: Stereo Investigator Helps Researchers at the University of Padova and the University of South Florida Assess Damage in Rat Model of Ischemic Stroke

Case Study 12: University of South Florida Researchers Study Traumatic Brain Injury With Stereo Investigator

Case Study 13: Researchers from University of California Study the Behavior of Transplanted Stem Cells in Injured Spinal Cord Tissue

Case Study 14: MBF Labs Contributes to Recent PLOS Article on New Mouse Model for Huntington’s Disease

Case Study 15: Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh Report Higher Levels of pTau Found in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients With Psychosis

Case Study 16: Scientists at The University of Western Australia Map Photoreceptor Cells of Deep-Sea Sharks

Case Study 17: Neuroscientists at University of Munich Find Humans Generate Most CerBlue Textebellar Granule Cells Postnatally

Case Study 18: Scientists at the University of Houston find that Exercise Heals the Brain After Binge Drinking

Case Study 19: Researchers from Center Hospital of Laval University Delay Symptoms of Huntington’s Disease in Mouse Model

Case Study 20: Scientists at Ludwig-Maximilians University Analyze Placenta Morphometry with Stereo Investigator

Case Study 21: Scientists from University of Otago Use Stereo Investigator to Develop a New Model for Human Extreme Prematurity

Case Study 22: UCLA Scientists Count Cells with Stereo Investigator in Study Identifying Compensating Regions in Brain Damage

Case Study 23: Researchers at Cornell University find Increased Choline During Pregnancy Improves Learning in Down Syndrome Mice

Case Study 24: Study from University of Calgary Links Increased Touch to Enhanced Neurogenesis in Adult Mice; Stereo Investigator Used for Quantification

Case Study 25: Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Use Stereo Investigator to Quantify Neurons Formed From Stem Cells

Case Study 26: Researchers from the New York State Institute for Basich Research in Developmental Disabilities Use Stereo Investigator to Identify Abnormalities in Autistic Brains

Case Study 27: Stereo Investigator Contributes to University of Miami Study Showing Low Zinc Levels Associated With More Cell Deaths in Spinal Cord Injury

Case Study 28: Scientists from University of Hawaii Measure Density of Parvalbumin-Interneurons with Stereo Investigator

Case Study 29: Scientists from University of Toronto Discover New Neurons Erase Memories

Case Study 30: Scientists at Western Sydney University use Curcumin to Lower Neuroinflammation in Mouse Model

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