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including Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease, and drug assays. The laboratory mouse and rat are an undeniable part of today’s biomedical and veterinary medicine research. Mice are extensively used in physiological research ( 20 ). They are recognised as the preeminent model in numerous research fields, including neurobehavioural studies, cancer, and toxicology ( 24 ). Fagundes and Taha ( 10 ) assessed that about 85% of the articles in Medline and 70.5% of the articles in Lilacs (bibliographic databases of life sciences and biomedical

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