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ESTABLISHING ELECTRIC STIMULATION MODEL TO ASSESS THE POSSIBILITY TO REMEMBER AND SPACE RESPONSE ON THE MICE

Giap Quoc Ta, Bien Ky Le, Chien Le Nguyen, Tien The Nguyen, Thu Hien Thi Hoang

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Electrical stimulation and behavioral simulation play an important role in experimental research on animals. Behavioral observations combined with bio-signal collection are the basis for assessing the response of animal bodies through external stimuli such as electrical stimulation, pharmaceuticals ... In medical and pharmaceutical research Learning, observing behavior on animals cannot be instantaneous but requires observing the scene. Electrical stimulation combined with certain behavioral simulations will help us survey the subject continuously. This study aimed to establish a stimulating algorithm combining behavioral simulation, data collection and analysis to assess the ability to remember and space response on mice.

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