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Namec-fos glomerular activation patterns for male mouse urine odors
Description
SpeciesMouse
Strain
SexFemale
Age12 to 20 weeks
Weight
Brain RegionOlfactory 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
Fresh Air show other
Male Mouse Urine (H-2 bm8) show other
Male Mouse Urine (H-2 bm1) show other
Concentration20% v/v of urine (1:5 dilution)
Exposure Time30 minutes
Exposure Frequency3 min odor on followed by 2 min odor off
Method
c-fos in situ hybridization show other
NoteAverage c-fos glomerular activation patterns for H-2b, H-2bm8, H-2bm1, and H-2k male urine odor in the main olfactory bulbs of H-2d female mice. A, Schematic illustrating the positional relationship between various regions of the MOB and the two-dimensional contour maps. B-F, Color contour maps of averaged evoked glomerular activity. B, H-2b odor map (n = 8); C, H-2bm8 odor map (n = 7); D, H-2bm1 odor map (n = 8); E, H-2k odor map (n = 6); F, control showing average map for mice exposed to fresh air (n = 3). Color bar to the right of B shows the density of active glomeruli (number of positive glomeruli per bin) for B-F.
AuthorsMichele L. Schaefer, Kunio Yamazaki, Kazumi Osada, Diego Restrepo, and Gary K. Beauchamp
PubMed_ID12417675
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Behavioral Study

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Last time:5/15/2006 4:59:53 PM
Reviewer:Nian Liu
Owner:Nian Liu

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