To investigate the effect of Osteopathic Cranial Manipulative Medicine on spatial learning and memory in naturally aged rat model of AD, aged rats were grouped into OCMM-treated and untreated groups and compared. This video shows an OCMM-treated rat. The movement starts at 0:13. Four quadrants and platform location (circle at northwest quadrant) are marked in the video.
To investigate the effect of OCMM on spatial learning and memory in naturally aged rat model of AD, aged rats were grouped into OCMM and No OCMM groups and compared. This video shows an untreated rat. See the OCMM-treated rat movement here. The movement starts at 0:13. Four quadrants and platform location (circle at northwest quadrant) are marked in the video.
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