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ANA_22630_sm_suppFig1.tif1551KSupporting Information Figure 1. Absence of a mutant a-synuclein-induced behavioral phenotype in mice subjected to open field night-time locomotor testing. Locomotor activity (ambulation) was measured for each group for both sexes at four ages, (A) young age (2 months), (B) middle age (8 months) and old age (C) 14 months, and (D) 22 months.
ANA_22630_sm_suppFig2.tif2256KSupporting Information Figure 2. Absence of a mutant a-synuclein-induced behavioral phenotype in mice subjected to the Pole Test. (A) Total time (T-Total), (B) Time to turn (T-turn) and (C) Time to descent (T-descent) was measured for old aged male and female mice at 22 months.
ANA_22630_sm_suppFig3.tif2215KSupporting Information Figure 3. Absence of a mutant a-synuclein-induced behavioral phenotype in mice subjected to the Beam Traversal Task. (A) Time to traverse the beam and (B) Number of steps to cross the beam was measured in old aged male and female mice at 22 months. (Inset) Female NT mice exposed to a single dose of MPTP (40mg/kg) and tested 5 days later served as a positive control. Saline group (n=4) and MPTP group (n=4), for beam crossing and number of steps *p=0.028 and *p=0.0475 vs saline group, respectively.
ANA_22630_sm_suppFig4.tif1793KSupporting Information Figure 4. Absence of a mutant a-synuclein-induced behavioral phenotype in mice subjected to gait analysis testing. (A) Stride length and (B) Stride range were measured in old aged male and female mice at 22 months.

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