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New study identifies possible early warning signs of Huntington’s disease
Early warning signs of Huntington’s disease have been uncovered in a sheep carrying the human disease-causing genetic variant, providing new insights into this devastating illness, a new study in Scientific Reports has found.
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Sheep are able to recognise human faces from photographs
Sheep can be trained to recognise human faces from photographic portraits – and can even identify the picture of their handler without prior training – according to new research from Jenny Morton's lab
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Studies begin on first Huntington’s disease sheep imported to UK
Cambridge researchers led by Jenny Morton will this week begin studying sheep that have been genetically modified to carry the mutation that causes Huntington’s disease. The sheep are believed to be the first Merinos to have been imported into the UK from Australia for about 50 years.
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Whisker movements can be used to assess motor deficits in HD mice
Jenny Morton's research team in collaboration with Manchester University has used whisker movement to characterize motor deficits in mouse with Huntington's Disease
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