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Measuring Motor Coordination in Mice

Measuring Motor Coordination in Mice

Article DOI: 10.3791/2609-v 10:07 min May 29th, 2013
May 29th, 2013



Protocols are presented for two established motor coordination tasks, the accelerating rotarod and horizontal bar, also two tests developed in Oxford recently, the static rods and parallel bars. These tests can detect motor impairments potentially of interest in their own right, as well as being possible variables in tests of other areas of behavior.


Motor Coordination Mice Behavioral Neuroscience Rat Replacement Mutant Mouse Lesioned Mouse Maze Task Morris Water Maze Cognitive Impairments Motor Impairments NMDA Antagonists Rotarod Test Horizontal Bar Static Rods Parallel Bars
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