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How does a skeleton move? A new tracking method to quantify skeletal kinematics in freely moving rodents

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How can we measure a skeleton’s motion in a furry animal as it moves through its environment? Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology of Behavior have developed a method to quantify skeletal motion in freely moving rodents in a new level of accuracy and detail.

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