Molecular contiguity between man and animal: the cutting-edge studies carried out by Paolo Sotgiu Institute, L.U.de.S. University, Lugano, Switzerland

  • Massimo Cocchi | massimo.cocchi@unibo.it Paolo Sotgiu Institute for Research in Quantitative & Quantum Psychiatry & Cardiology, L.U.de.S. University, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Lucio Tonello Paolo Sotgiu Institute for Research in Quantitative & Quantum Psychiatry & Cardiology, L.U.de.S. University, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Fabio Gabrielli Paolo Sotgiu Institute for Research in Quantitative & Quantum Psychiatry & Cardiology, L.U.de.S. University, Lugano, Switzerland.

Abstract

Recent research on the contiguity between man and animal provides strong evidence for the studies carried out by Paolo Sotgiu Institute for Research in Quantitative & Quantum Psychiatry & Cardiology, L.U.de.S. University, Lugano, Switzerland, in collaboration with the Department of Veterinary Medical Science, University of Bologna, Italy. The works, co- ordinated by Prof. Massimo Cocchi – Paolo Sotgiu Institute Scientific Director – have underlined this continuity, especially as to the relationship between man and dog, not only from an evolutionary point of view, but rather from a molecular perspective.

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Published
2014-01-10
Keywords:
animal consciousness, mood disorders, Paolo Sotgiu Institute
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Cocchi, M., Tonello, L., & Gabrielli, F. (2014). Molecular contiguity between man and animal: the cutting-edge studies carried out by Paolo Sotgiu Institute, L.U.de.S. University, Lugano, Switzerland. Journal of Biological Research - Bollettino Della Società Italiana Di Biologia Sperimentale, 87(1). https://doi.org/10.4081/jbr.2014.2126