Crabbe JC, Cotnam CJ, Cameron AJ, Schlumbohm JP, Rhodes JS, Metten P, Wahlsten D. Strain differences in three measures of ethanol intoxication in mice: the screen, dowel and grip strength tests.
Genes Brain Behav. 2003 Aug;2(4):201-13.
John C Crabbe Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR|
Pamela Metten Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
Douglas Wahlsten University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario CANADA
|Participants||Cotnam CJ, Cameron AJ, Schlumbohm JP, Rhodes JS|
|Contact||John C Crabbe firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Acknowledgements||Funding provided by NIH AA10760, AA12714, AA07468; Department of Veterans
Affairs; Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
Acknowledgements: Best K, Kliethermes CL, Rustay NR, Yu C-H, Zuraw JM, Bobo M.
|Phenotype strain survey data set|
|MPD identifiers||Crabbe4 MPD:191|
|No updates/corrections. Initial release date: 02/2010.|
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|Summary of procedures that were conducted|
|• dowel balance test||Latency to fall 0 min and 30 min post-injection, 2 widths. Ethanol 2 g/kg.|
|• vertical wire mesh||Latency to fall 30 min post-injection. Ethanol 2 g/kg i.p.|
|• grip strength||Baseline vs. 30 min after ethanol 2 g/kg i.p.|
|• alcohol quantification||Blood alcohol concentration after ethanol 2 g/kg i.p., several timepoints.|