April 29th, 2015
April 29th, 2015•
Classical forelimb asymmetry analysis of the cylinder test is routinely used to assess behavioural deficits in rats following brain injury or stroke; however, it fails to detect consistent deficits in mice. This study demonstrates that quantifying paw-dragging behaviour is a more sensitive analysis of brain injury in mice.
Contextual and Cued Fear Conditioning Test Using a Video Analyzing System in Mice
A Novel Approach to Assess Motor Outcome of Deep Brain Stimulation Effects in the Hemiparkinsonian Rat: Staircase and Cylinder Test
Novel Object Recognition Test for the Investigation of Learning and Memory in Mice
Using a Classroom-Based Deese Roediger McDermott Paradigm to Assess the Effects of Imagery on False Memories
A Smartphone-Based Imaging Method for C. elegans Lawn Avoidance Assay
An Automated Method for Assessing Visual Acuity in Infants and Toddlers Using an Eye-Tracking System
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