Leslie E. Packer, PhD
lpacker at pipeline.com
Tue Feb 4 22:41:39 EST 1997
Suggest you start with the homepage for the national Tourette Syndrome
As to the biochemical changes, you'll find some info there on the
current research on dopaminergic dysfunction that has been observed.
TSA also has literature available/reprints that you can order. Write
them at tourette at ix.netcom.com to ask for their catalog, or call them
As to other primates, there is one study that has reported TS in
horses, but I am not aware of any other species, offhand. Dogs,
however, do have a fairly common tic (acral lick tic), but one tic
does not TS make.
Hope the above helps.
CALVIN at SWEET.commo.mcnet.de wrote:
>I am looking for Information about Tourette-Syndrom. For one thing I am
>intrested in the biochemical processes involved. Another question, which is
>of intrest to me, is if Tourette has ever been observed by primates. or is
>a disorder limited to the human?
>I am happy about any help I can get. Please Mail me the infos - if you have
>access to e-mail.
>cwilms at stud.uni-frankfurt.de
>Thanks, Chris Wilms
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