2 edition of Social sniffing in laboratory mice. found in the catalog.
Social sniffing in laboratory mice.
Evelyn Rosemarie Sophie Reynolds
Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.) -North East London Polytechnic, 1972.
The chapters cover such topics as the assessment of deliberate mouse behavior in the home cage and attached environments, behavioral patterns of mood across species, use of telemetry in mice research, neurobehavioral phenotypes, assessment of social approach behavior, the mouse defense test and anxiety-related behaviors, novelty-suppressed Pages: The social novelty preference test evaluates the social preference for a new stranger mouse added into one of the chambers. In addition, the sociability and social novelty tests have been performed in a study of transgenic mice overexpressing miR in the brain to demonstrate schizophrenia-associated behavioral disorder [ 42 ].Cited by: 4.
The present experiments with mice housed under reverse circadian conditions and tested in the dark phase, when mice are usually awake and socially active, detected the same social approach deficit in BTBR as previously reported with mice in another laboratory environment, housed under conventional circadian conditions and tested in the light Cited by: Lab Mouse stickers featuring millions of original designs created by independent artists. Decorate your laptops, water bottles, notebooks and windows. White or transparent. 4 sizes available.
We found that sniffing behavior was segmented well by the HMM; however, following behavior was not segmented well by the HMM in terms of percentage concordance. We also developed software called DuoMouse, an automated system for the classification of social interactive behavior of mice, that was based on the by: 1. A Vodcasted, Cross-Disciplinary, Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory Exercise Investigating the Effects of Methamphetamine on Aggression Ryan A. Shanks2, E. Megan Southard, 1 Laura Tarnowski, Matthew Bruster, 1 Stacia W. Wingate, 2 Nancy Dalman,2 Steven A. Lloyd,1 1Psychology and 2Biology Department, North Georgia College & State University.
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The laboratory rat has long been used in experimental physiology and has made significant contributions to several complex areas of mammalian biology.
This chapter presents the taxonomy of laboratory rat and discusses its stocks and strains. Rats are rodents, and thus members of the largest family of mammals. Sniffing is a perceptually-relevant behavior, defined as the active sampling of odors through the nasal cavity for the purpose of information acquisition.
This behavior, displayed by all terrestrial vertebrates, is typically identified based upon changes in respiratory frequency and/or amplitude, and is often studied in the context of odor guided behaviors and olfactory perceptual tasks.
The house mouse (Mus musculus) is a small mammal of the order Rodentia, characteristically having a pointed snout, large rounded ears, and a long and hairy is one of the most abundant species of the genus gh a wild animal, the house mouse has benefited significantly from associating with human habitation to the point that truly wild populations are Class: Mammalia.
Juvenile social contact does, however, seem more important than older ages in facilitating adult social interactions. Affiliative behaviors like sniffing, contact, and allogrooming generally increase with age in outbred male and female CD-1 mice from P23 to P47, but this effect depends on sex and previous social isolation.
Anogenital sniffing Cited by: 8. Social interaction is tested between pairs of mice that are either singly housed for 3–6 wk or group housed. Test pairs can involve one group-housed and one isolate mouse, or two unfamiliar, group-housed mice. Singly housing mice has been demonstrated to increase social investigation [,].
Isolate mice are acclimated to the testing cage Cited by: The present study examines to which extent the habituation time to the test cage as well as the shape / size of the cage influence social communication in freely interacting mice.
Using a novel social approach paradigm, we tested mice in various dyadic or triadic conditions, including "jailed" mice-some in pain via intraperitoneal. The "Quick Reference Section" brings together all tables from the text, allowing readers to find data swiftly. The first volume in The Handbook of Experimental Animals Series, The Laboratory Rat, provides researchers in academia and industry using laboratory animals with comprehensive, practical information on the species.
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When two PD males are put together, there is a dramatic reduction in a social investigation (sniffing, trailing, crawling over) and they are. A few studies have reported mixed findings on the effects of social defeat stress on locomotion in adult mice (Kinsey et al., ; Krishnan et al., ; Razzoli et al., ).
The results of the light/dark preference test carry implications that are similar to those of the open-field test (i.e.
anxiety-like behaviour is induced by social Cited by: Have I ever mentioned that “typically-developing” mice are disgusting. They’re always spending their time going around “anogenitally sniffing” each other.
Horribly unhygienic. Look, mouse models of autism have problems at the behavioural level. Just how are you going to equate the behaviour of this relatively simple creature with that of humans. Mice tested at 3–4 months of age in the social approach task were not tested again at 7–8 months in this task.
Mice were first habituated to the center chamber, with no access to the side chambers (phase I-see methods) and then the separating doors were removed to allow the mouse free exploration of all three chambers (phase II).Cited by: 8.
Laboratory mice are used in biomedical research as “models” for studying human disease. These mice may be subject to significant levels of stress during transportation that can cause alterations that could negatively affect the results of the performed investigation.
Here, we present the design and realization of a prototypical transportation container for laboratory mice, which may Author: Carlos González-Sánchez, Juan-Carlos Fraile, Javier Pérez-Turiel, Ellen Damm, Jochen G. Schneider, D. Laboratory mice housed in cages typically develop a social organization based upon exclusive dominance of one male (Uhrich, ).
The despot ordinarily retains his position for some months. Linear dominance is occasionally observed in which an α-male dominates a β-male, who in turn dominates others below him in the social order.
Stathmin (STMN), a microtubule-destabilizing factor, can regulate fear, anxiety, and learning. Social defeat stress (SDS) has detrimental effects on mental health and increases the risk of various psychiatric diseases.
This study investigated the effects of STMN1 gene knockout (KO) on behavioral parameters and dopaminergic markers using an SDS mouse model. The STMN1 Author: Thong Ba Nguyen, Vishwanath Vasudev Prabhu, Yan Hong Piao, Young Eun Oh, Rami Fatima Zahra, Young-Ch.
Mouse Keeping: Understanding Mouse Behavior. The mouse has been studied extensively, both in the field (wild mice) and in laboratory settings, and quite a lot is now known about its behavior.
To begin, let us look at the mouse objectively. Secondly, let’s examine the social behaviors of the mice within a communal group. All mouse. ). Additionally, compared to rats, mice lick and OT include the regulation of several types of social behavior in laboratory animals (discussed in the following chapters) as well as more complex social behaviors in humans.
consisted of approaching, following, sniffing, licking or .ASD is a socially debilitating condition with an extraordinarily high rate of heritability. The prominent role of genetics in ASD has prompted scientists to search for genetic candidates for the disorder, a process that often involves the development of genetically engineered mice.
For example, if a genetic mutation is identified through human studies as a.Olfactory dysfunction is linked to a number of neurodegenerative disorders including Parkinson’s disease (PD), Alzheimer’s disease, and Huntington’s disease PD, olfactory impairments include deficits in odor identification, detection, and discrimination and are found in up to 70–95% of patients These deficits can precede the cardinal motor symptoms of PD by up to 4 years Cited by: