Mouse responsivity and discrimination threshold data to rat kairomones

2013-09-30T08:59:27Z (GMT) by Anand Vasudevan Ajai Vyas
<p>Dose responsiveness file:<br>Dose responsiveness of mice (n=10) to differing volumes (ul) of rat urine (kairomone) or control (PBS). Time was measured in seconds; total time in the enclosure was 600 seconds. Mice were exposed to concentrations in ascending order, with a 24 hour gap between tests. Data corresponds to Fig 1 in the main manuscript.</p> <p>Single dose responsiveness file: Responsiveness of mice (n=5) to a single volume (ul) of rat urine (kairomone) or control (PBS) over 5 days. Time was measured in seconds; total time in the enclosure was 600 seconds. Mice were exposed to concentrations in ascending order, with a 24 hour gap between tests.</p> <p>Detection threshold: Discrimination threshold of mice (n=15) when exposed to two different volumes (ul) of rat urine (kairomone): a specific volume vs. either a 20% or a 30% increase in this volume. Time was measured in seconds; total time in the enclosure was 600 seconds. Mice were exposed to concentrations in ascending order, with a 24 hour gap between tests. Data corresponds to Fig 2 in the main manuscript.</p> <p> </p>