NOVEL TOOLS FOR ANALYSIS OF DISORDERED SLEEP AND MOTOR BEHAVIOR IN PRECLINICAL MODELS OF DISEASE

Dillon M. Huffman
Subtle changes in sleep architecture can accompany and be symptomatic of various diseases or disorders. Understanding the complex interactions between sleep and health requires the ability to characterize sleep, probe its underlying mechanisms through perturbation, and quantify dependent physiological outcomes. Rodent models have come to be accepted as a valuable tool for preclinical investigations. However, experimental tools to accomplish such research typically rely on laborious methods that limit throughput and flexibility. Thus, research tools that...
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