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Novel Object Exploration as a Potential Assay for Higher Order Repetitive Behaviors in Mice

DOI :

10.3791/54324-v

August 20th, 2016

August 20th, 2016

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1Department of Biology, University of Redlands

Higher order restricted, repetitive behaviors (RRBs) disrupt the lives of affected individuals. These behaviors are challenging to model in rodents, making basic biomedical research into potential treatments or interventions for RRBs difficult. Here we describe novel object exploration as a potential assay for higher order RRBs in mice.

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