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Differences in circadian photosensitivity between retinally degenerate CBA/J mice (rd/rd) and normal CBA/N mice (+/+).
Yoshimura T, et al. J Biol Rhythms 1994. PMID 7949306
In the first experiment, phase response curves (PRCs) for 10-lux white light were generated in CBA/J mice with retinal degeneration (rd/rd) and CBA/N mice with normal retinas (+/+). ...Therefore, in the last experiment, we studied the circadian photosensitivity in F1 hybrids between CBA/N and CBA/J mice and in the backcross progeny with different genotypes (+/rd and rd/rd) obtained from the crossing between F1 hybrids between CBA/N and CBA/J mice and in the backcross progeny with different genotypes (+/rd and rd/rd) obtained from the crossing between F1 and CBA/J mice. ...
In the first experiment, phase response curves (PRCs) for 10-lux white light were generated in CBA/J mice with retinal degener …
Sexually dimorphic tibia shape is linked to natural osteoarthritis in STR/Ort mice.
Javaheri B, et al. Osteoarthritis Cartilage 2018. PMID 29604337 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: We found higher trabecular bone mass in female STR/Ort than in either OA-prone male STR/Ort or non-prone CBA mice. Cortical bone, as expected, showed greater cross-sectional area in male than female CBA, which surprisingly was reversed in STR/Ort mice. STR/Ort also exhibited higher cortical bone mass than CBA mice. Our analyses revealed similar tibial ellipticity, yet greater predicted resistance to torsion in male than female CBA mice. ...
RESULTS: We found higher trabecular bone mass in female STR/Ort than in either OA-prone male STR/Ort or non-prone CBA mice. Co …
Social isolation produces no effect on ultrasonic vocalization production in adult female CBA/CaJ mice.
Screven LA and Dent ML. PLoS One 2019. PMID 30835741 Free PMC article.
Twenty-four adult female CBA/CaJ mice either lived alone, lived with other females only, or lived with other females and had limited access to a male. ...Socially isolated mice did not produce significantly more USVs or USV types than socially experienced mice. Social isolation did not have a significant effect on the features of USVs, suggesting production of USVs may not be learned in female mice....
Twenty-four adult female CBA/CaJ mice either lived alone, lived with other females only, or lived with other females and had l …
[Refractive development and form-deprivation induced myopic refractive error in CBA/CaJ mice].
Li YY, et al. Sheng Li Xue Bao 2016. PMID 27108899 Chinese. Free article.
The absolute values of refractive error in CBA/CaJ mice were larger than those of age-matched C57BL/6 mice, whereas the time points when refractive error reached steady state were similar between the two strains. Five weeks of form-deprivation applied to 3-week-old CBA/CaJ mice by translucent occluder wear caused a significant myopic shift in refractive error, indicating that this strain could be adequately used as a myopia model....
The absolute values of refractive error in CBA/CaJ mice were larger than those of age-matched C57BL/6 mice, whereas the …
Morphology of the dorsal cochlear nucleus in C57BL/6J and CBA/J mice across the life span.
Willott JF, et al. J Comp Neurol 1992. PMID 1506486
The morphology of the dorsal cochlear nucleus (DCN) was evaluated across the life span in inbred C57BL/6J (C57) and CBA/J (CBA) mice using 5 age groups (young adult to very old). ...Thus, age-related changes in the DCN were much more pronounced in C57 mice than in CBA mice, and the changes in C57 mice were most pronounced in layer III. ...
The morphology of the dorsal cochlear nucleus (DCN) was evaluated across the life span in inbred C57BL/6J (C57) and CBA/J ( …
Preference in female laboratory mice is influenced by social experience.
Screven LA and Dent ML. Behav Processes 2018. PMID 30273755 Free PMC article.
Eighteen female CBA/CaJ mice, socially housed or isolated, were tested to evaluate preference for signals produced by males. ...Isolated mice showed a greater preference for signals of different modalities presented together than socially experienced mice. ...
Eighteen female CBA/CaJ mice, socially housed or isolated, were tested to evaluate preference for signals produced by males. . …
CBA/CaJ mouse ultrasonic vocalizations depend on prior social experience.
Burke K, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 29874248 Free PMC article.
To investigate this, a comprehensive catalog of the USVs that mice are producing across different social contexts must be created. Forty male and female adult CBA/CaJ mice were recorded in isolation for five minutes following either a one-hour period of isolation or an exposure to a same- or opposite-sex mouse. ...
To investigate this, a comprehensive catalog of the USVs that mice are producing across different social contexts must be created. Fo …
Repeated positive fighting experience in male inbred mice.
Kudryavtseva NN, et al. Nat Protoc 2014. PMID 25340443
Mice with repeated positive fighting experience in daily agonistic interactions in this model develop pronounced aggressiveness, anxiety and impulsivity, disturbances in motivated and cognitive behaviors, and impairments of sociability; they also demonstrate hyperactivity, attention-deficit behavior, motor dysfunctions and repetitive stereotyped behaviors, such as jerks, rotations and head twitches. In this protocol, we describe how to apply the SCM to study repeated aggression in mice. Severe neuropathology develops in male mice after 20-21 d of agonistic interactions....
Mice with repeated positive fighting experience in daily agonistic interactions in this model develop pronounced aggressiveness, anxi
Small Networks Encode Decision-Making in Primary Auditory Cortex
Francis NA, et al. Neuron 2018. PMID 29398362 Free PMC article.
To study the neural coding of decision-making, we used two-photon imaging in A1 L2/3 of mice performing a tone-detection task. ...
To study the neural coding of decision-making, we used two-photon imaging in A1 L2/3 of mice performing a tone-detection task. ...
Measurement of 3-methoxytyramine by in vivo voltammetry: evidence for differences in central dopamine function in BALB/c and CBA mice.
Crespi F, et al. Brain Res 1989. PMID 2605493
While usually employed in rats, we have now applied this in vivo technique in two inbred strains of mice: BALB/c and CBA. Three distinct oxidation peaks were recorded in vivo in the striatum of either BALB/c or CBA mice with a small shoulder occurring after the third peak at approximately +400 mV. ...In addition these two inbred strains of mice provide model systems for investigating the comparative functional roles of nigrostriatal pathways....
While usually employed in rats, we have now applied this in vivo technique in two inbred strains of mice: BALB/c and CBA
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