Research could help veterinarians decode animals' pain

05/10/2010 | Nature News

Researchers examined the facial expressions of pain in mice through a coding system used to determine pain in infants and found that the animals displayed responses to suffering similar to that experienced by humans. The finding could help veterinarians track spontaneous pain over long periods and could also aid scientists in their search for painkillers.

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