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Activity Monitoring

Description: In this assay a mouse is placed in a clean standard housing cage, complete with bedding, food, and water, and behavior is recorded via a video camera. Data collected from these sessions include, but are not limited to, the length of time and the frequency mice perform behaviors such as walking, jumping, drinking, eating, rearing, grooming, sniffing, sleeping, etc.

Purpose: To monitor general activity in a homecage setting

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Activity Monitoring

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