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Figure 5 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Figure 5

From: Slow angled-descent forepaw grasping (SLAG): an innate behavioral task for identification of individual experimental mice possessing functional vision

Figure 5

SLAG(+) performance does not correlate with differences in olfaction. A cohort of 38 B6 mice was subjected to both SLAG and a buried-food olfactory test. All mice in the cohort included 16 SLAG(−) mice and 22 SLAG(+) mice. The mean latency to find buried food was 546 sec for SLAG(−) and 486 sec for SLAG(+) mice, which was not significantly different (unpaired two-tailed t-test, p = 0.49; mean +/− SE bars displayed).

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