2 edition of Urination patterns of the laboratory mouse. found in the catalog.
Urination patterns of the laboratory mouse.
P. R. Wolff
by Huddersfield Polytechnic
Written in English
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This book, part of the highly successful Handbook of Experimental Animals series, allows the user quick access to any point of interest on the mouse as. Split into House mouse and Laboratory mouse. I propose that this article is split into two, i.e. House mouse and Laboratory mouse. There seems to be sufficient information for seperate articles, and very good reasons for considering them seperately (even though they are the same species).
This has already been done for Rat and Laboratory rat. Patterns of Behavior Richard E. Wimer and John L. Fuller. This chapter is divided into three major sections. The first surveys a wide range of studies on mouse behavior. It is also concerned with apparatus and testing procedure and with behavioral differences which have been established between genetic stocks.
The pattern of major urinary proteins (MUPS) expression during postnatal ontogenesis of a laboratory mouse depends on genotype and sex. urination on. The same substances may be used to boost anxiety in the laboratory mouse.
For example, pentylentetrazole increases the anxiety-related behavior of various mouse strains, including the CD-1, Swiss, DBA/2, and C57Bl/6 mice, as displayed on the elevated plus maze or in the light/dark test in a dose-dependent manner .Cited by: A mouse is a small rodent with a pointed nose, furry round body, large ears and a long, often hairless, tail.
There are hundreds of types of. The recommendations do not appear to be related to the body size of rodents nor to their normal locomotion patterns. Laboratory rodents exhibit some vertical exploratory behavior when put into a new cage, and it has been suggested that relatively high cages be provided to accommodate this occasional behavior (Lawlor, ; Scharmann, ~.
The Laboratory Mouse. San Diego, CA: Elsevier Academic Press; [Google Scholar]. This book contains excellent introductory information in first few chapters with strain characteristics in Chapter 3.
Detailed systems information excellent as a reference. Percy DH, Barthold SW. Pathology of Laboratory Rodents and Rabbits. Third by: Next to the laboratory mouse, the rat is the most commonly used laboratory mammal, accounting for approximately 20% of the total number of mammals used for scientific purposes (Festing, ).
Throughout the past 80 years, rats have been utilized for investigations in almost every aspect of biomedical and behavioral research and Size: KB. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.
Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Rodents, especially mice and rats, are the most frequently used laboratory animals in biomedical research.
Since they are usually group-housed, identification of group members is often necessary to differentiate individuals used for breeding purposes, as a source of tissues, cells or fluids, and in order to maintain health records and to properly manage colonies of Cited by: Both investigative and veterinary staffs monitor the health and well-being of mice that are used in research.
Indeed, this level of responsibility and care is mandated by the Public Health Service based on the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (National Research Council.
).The Guide is “intended to assist investigators in fulfilling their obligation to plan and. Laboratory animals have partially adapted to captive life, but still show similarities to their wild counterparts (Berdoy,Baumans, ).The animal’s environment should cater for innate physiological and behavioural needs, such as social contact, nest building, hiding, exploration, foraging, gnawing and by: Overview Information Melatonin is a hormone found naturally in the body.
Melatonin used as medicine is usually made synthetically in a laboratory. Developed by Calvin S. Hall, the open field test is an experimental test used to assay general locomotor activity levels, anxiety, and willingness to explore in animals (usually rodents) in scientific research.
However, the extent to which behavior in the open field measures anxiety is. Squirrels are found in many regions of the world, including Europe, Asia and the Americas. There are many varieties of squirrel, and some species have at times been considered endangered or threatened.
Today the most common varieties are the grey squirrel, western grey squirrel, red squirrel and California ground. The smaller mouse and the medium-sized rat are adaptable members of the numerous, successful order of rodents.
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The rat genome project and the rat genome database may add impetus to the growth in laboratory rat populations, especially as the rat genome database includes Virtual Comparative Mapping (VCMap), an essential tool for comparative genomics, which provides a dynamic sequence-based homology tool that allows researchers of rat, mouse, and human to Cited by: The same cross gave rise to strains C57L and C57BR.
Female 58 mated with the same male gave rise to strain C C57BL is probably the most widely used of all inbred strains, (substrain C57BL/6 alone accounts for over 14% of occasions on which an inbred strain is used) though in many ways it seems to be atypical of inbred strains of laboratory mice.
Aspects of feeding: Rhythms of feeding in nature versus the laboratory situation: • Living organism continuously influenced by external stimuli many of them having regular or rhythmic patterns.
• These include lunar/tidal, solar/daily and seasonal/yearly patterns of light, temperature, food availability so on.Pain specialists at the Cleveland Clinic discuss optimal therapies, opioid alternatives, and lifestyle alterations for treating chronic pain, which affects at least 50 million Americans.It is widely recommended to group-house male laboratory mice because they are ‘social animals’, but male mice do not naturally share territories and aggression can be a serious welfare problem.
Even without aggression, not all animals within a group will be in a state of positive welfare. Rather, many male mice may be negatively affected by the stress of repeated social defeat Cited by: