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Additional file 2 of α-Dystrobrevin knockout mice have increased motivation for appetitive reward and altered brain cannabinoid receptor 1 expression

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posted on 2022-09-01, 04:42 authored by Cheryl A. Hawkes, Christopher J. Heath, Matthew M. Sharp, Dariusz C. Górecki, Roxana O. Carare
Additional File 1: Figure S2. Behavioural outputs of WT and α-DB KO mice on the ERC and extinction tasks. Reward collection latencies (a), front and rear beam breaks/sec (b) and magazine entries/sec (c) did not differ between WT and KO mice in any of the ERC schedules. The number of trials completed during the extinction task (d) decreased significantly by day 4 in both WT and α-DB KO mice, however both groups showed a similar profile across time. N = 12/group. p < 0.0001 vs day 1, two-way repeated measures ANOVA.


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