Moy SS, Nadler JJ, Young NB, Perez A, Holloway LP, Barbaro RP, Barbaro JR, Wilson LM, Threadgill DW, Lauder JM, Magnuson TR, Crawley JN. Mouse behavioral tasks relevant to autism: phenotypes of 10 inbred strains.
Behav Brain Res. 2007 Jan 10;176(1):4-20. Epub 2006 Sep 12.
Moy SS, Nadler JJ, Young NB, Nonneman RJ, Segall SK, Andrade GM, Crawley JN, Magnuson TR. Social approach and repetitive behavior in eleven inbred mouse strains.
Behav Brain Res. 2008 Aug 5;191(1):118-29. Epub 2008 Mar 21.
Sheryl S Moy University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC|
Jacqueline N Crawley National Institute of Mental Health Bethesda, MD
Jean M Lauder University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC
Jessica J Nadler University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC
David W Threadgill Texas A&M University College Station, TX
Terry R Magnuson University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC
With: Young NB, Perez A, Nonneman RJ
|Contact||Terry R Magnuson email@example.com
|Acknowledgements||Funding provided by NIH MH66418, HD03110; NIMH Intramural Research Program
Dr. Joseph Piven, Director of the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities, provided valuable insights throughout the project.
|Phenotype strain survey data set|
|MPD identifiers||Moy1 MPD:301|
|No updates/corrections. Initial release date: 02/2009.|
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Preference for social novelty test
Mice were evaluated in a three-chambered choice task to determine preference for a novel social stimulus
(a newly-presented unfamiliar mouse) versus a former social stimulus (an already-investigated mouse).
and then tested for social novelty preference by adding a second, less-familiar
conspecific mouse to the apparatus.
|Summary of procedures that were conducted|
|• three chamber assay||Sociability and preference for social novelty. Autism-relevant behaviors.|