Led by OHSU and ONPRC scientist Jacob Raber.

The study, led by OHSU and ONPRC scientist Jacob Raber, and Sergio Ojeda, DVM, found that mice showed a specific mutant form of the gene , the human-like symptoms of ADHD. The scientists believe that mice with this unique genome grown greatly help in research to combat ADHD. ‘We believe model model more accurately mimic ADHD and shed new light on this condition, ‘added Ojeda, a senior scientist at ONPRC.

* 61 %What?New animal model for ADHD Developedexplode the number of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder cases in the United States. According to a 2011 statement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly one in 10 American children is diagnosed with the disorder. To better understand, of ADHD of ADHD and to prevent to prevent and treat, researchers at Oregon Health & Science University and the OHSU Oregon National Primate Research Center form of form of specially bred mouse mimics the condition developed. The research is published in the current issue of PLoS ONE, a journal of the Public Library of Science.Of highlights of the conference a visit becomes UQ Moreton Bay research Station where students will its research and tour the navy marine to be scientific bodies.