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"It's important to understand the health benefits of Atlantic salmon produced through aquaculture," says Wolters, who collaborated with GFHNRC on both of these salmon studies.
GFHNRC studies have found that the activity of various copper-containing enzymes is lower in rats subjected to copper deficiency during either pre- or postnatal brain development--with varying outcomes.
An early GFHNRC animal study led by biologist Curtiss Hunt showed that even moderate copper deprivation in pregnant rats led to underdevelopment of memory-control areas of their pups' developing brains.
More recently, now-retired GFHNRC psychologist James Penland participated in an animal study with lead author and copper expert Joseph R.