[Data]
Odor Map
Namec-fos glomerular activation patterns for H-2k male mouse urine odor (concentration-dependent)
DescriptionNonestrous
SpeciesMouse
StrainBALB/C (H-2d)
SexFemale
Age12 to 20 weeks
Weight
Brain RegionMain olfactory bulb
Sub RegionGlomerular layer
Side
ViewVentral
Serial Number
Odor
Odorant Blend
Male Mouse Urine (H-2K) show other
Concentration0.8%, 2%, 4%, 10%, 20%, 40% v/v of urine
Exposure Time30 minutes
Exposure Frequency3 min at 5 min intervals
Method
c-fos in situ hybridization show other
NoteConcentration dependence of c-fos glomerular activity for H-2k male urine odor in the main olfactory bulbs of H-2d female mice. A-F, Color contour maps of the average evoked glomerular activity at different urine concentrations. A, 0.8% v/v (% volume of urine/volume of 20 mM HEPES, pH 7) (n = 2). B, 2% v/v (n = 4). C, 4% v/v (n = 4). D, 10% v/v (n = 4). E, 20% v/v (n = 4). F, 40% v/v (n = 3). Color bar shows the color code for the density of active glomeruli. G, H, Analysis of the mean number of positive glomeruli at each urine concentration. G, Total number of positive glomeruli per olfactory bulb. *p < 0.05 versus fresh air. H, Quadrant analysis of the number of positive glomeruli. RD, Rostrodorsal (375-1125 µm, 45 to 45°); RL, rostrolateral (375-1125 µm, 45-135°); RV, rostroventral (375-1125 µm, 135-225°); RM, rostromedial (375-1125 µm, 225-315°); CD, caudodorsal (1125-1875 µm, 45 to 45°); CL, caudolateral (1125-1875 µm, 45-135°); CV, caudoventral (1125-1875 µm, 135-225°); CM, caudomedial (1125-1875 µm, 225-315°). Error bars plotted in one direction to avoid overlap represent SEM.
AuthorsMichele L. Schaefer, David A. Young, and Diego Restrepo
PubMed_ID11264322
Map Picture
Scan Number Control
Scan Number Stimulate
Subject Count2 to 4
Image Resolution
Image Size
Primary Data
Behavioral Study

Other categories referring to "c-fos glomerular activation patterns for H-2k male mouse urine odor (concentration-dependent)"

 
Revisions:2
Last time:3/16/2005 4:59:46 PM
Reviewer:Nian Liu
Owner:Nian Liu

This database was supported by the Human Brain Project (NIDCD, NIMH, NIA, NICD, NINDS) and MURI (Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative). It is now supported by RO1 DC 009977 from the National Institute for Deafness and other Communication Disorders.
Link Graphic to NIF website Human Brain Project Yale Center for Medical Informatics Questions, comments, problems? Email the Database Administrator
This site is Copyright 2014, Yale Center for Medical Informatics
National Institutes of Health Department of Health and Human Services