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Namec-fos glomerular activation patterns (a comparison for H-2b and H-2k male urine odors)
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
Male Mouse Urine (H-2b) show other
Concentration20% v/v of urine
Exposure Time30 minutes
Exposure Frequency3 min at 5 min intervals
Method
c-fos in situ hybridization show other
NoteComparison of c-fos glomerular activity elicited by H-2b and H-2k male urine in the main olfactory bulbs of H-2d female mice. A, B, Color contour maps of the average evoked glomerular activity by either H-2b (A) or H-2k (B) urine. C, Map of the difference between H-2b and H-2k urine odor representations. p values for Mann-Whitney U tests are shown at each bin within the map. Color bar on the top of A shows the density of active glomeruli. Color bar on the top of C shows p values. The black border was drawn to indicate the limits of the Bonferoni Correction (p < 6 × 105) in C and used to overlay maps in A and B. D, Prediction of H-2 haplotype using H-2b and H-2k average odor maps in A and B, respectively, as templates. All individual maps used to construct averages in Figures 2 and 3 were tested. The graph shows the mean SSQ ratio at each urine odor concentration. A value <1 means the H-2 haplotype was correctly predicted from the individual map. Error bars plotted in one direction to avoid overlap represent SEM.
AuthorsMichele L. Schaefer, David A. Young, and Diego Restrepo
PubMed_ID11264322
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Scan Number Control
Scan Number Stimulate
Subject Count4 for each odor
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Primary Data
Behavioral Study

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Last time:3/16/2005 5:28:01 PM
Reviewer:Nian Liu
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