Identifying emotional adaptation: behavioural habituation to novelty and immediate early gene expression in two inbred mouse strains
Version of Record online: 25 JUL 2009
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Genes, Brain and Behavior
Volume 9, Issue 1, pages 1–10, February 2010
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Salomons, A. R., Van Luijk, J. A. K. R., Reinders, N. R., Kirchhoff, S., Arndt, S. S. and Ohl, F. (2010), Identifying emotional adaptation: behavioural habituation to novelty and immediate early gene expression in two inbred mouse strains. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 9: 1–10. doi: 10.1111/j.1601-183X.2009.00527.x
- Issue online: 28 JAN 2010
- Version of Record online: 25 JUL 2009
- Received 12 May 2009, revised 19 June 2009 and 14 July 2009, accepted for publication 21 July 2009
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Figure S1: Schematic drawing of the modified hole board (mHB, a) and the object recognition test (ORT, b). (a) The unprotected area (board) is illuminated with a red (50 lux, experiment 1) or white (120 lux, experiment 2) stage light hanging directly above the test set-up (surrounding box 1–5 lux red light). (b) Free exploration of the test apparatus was done without any objects being present. One day after familiarization with the test environment, the objects were placed in the test arena and the ORT was performed.
Table S1: Overview of the behavioural results under red light and white light conditions for the first (trial 1), the 20th (trial 20) and the last trials (trial 40) in experiment 1 and the first (trial 1) and last trials of experiment 2 (trial 20)
Table S2: Overview of behavioural results from the object recognition test
Table S3: Blood plasma CORT levels before and after behavioural testing
Table S4: Overview of the number of c-fos positive cells in different brain areas under red and white light conditions in the mHB. PreL, (prelimbic cortex), LS (lateral septum), D (dorsal), I (intermediary), V (ventral), BNST (bed nucleus of the stria terminalis), MA (medial anterior), LP (lateral posterior), MV (medial ventral), DG (dentate gyrus, granular layer), PVN (paraventricular nucleus), DMH (dorsal medial hypothalamus), Amy (amygdala), BLA (basolateral nucleus) and Ce (central nucleus)
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