Data from: Social synchronization of circadian rhythmicity in female mice depends on the number of cohabiting animals

Paul MJ, Indic P, Schwartz WJ

Date Published: May 13, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1v8j2

 

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Description Text files containing the body temperature recordings from individual female laboratory mice housed singly, in pairs, or in groups of 5 in laboratory cages. Temperature is in Celsius (C = Celsius) and was recorded using iButton temperature dataloggers. Each line contains the date and time of the body temperature recording. The first number in the filename represents the mouse ID for that file. Singlets: SC4.1, SC10.2, SC17.4, SC35.8, SC41.10, SC43.10, SC54.12, SC56.13, SC61.14. Pairs: (SC2.1 with SC19.5), (SC7.2 with SC16.4), (Sc5.1 with SC22.5), (SC27.1 with SC60.14), (SC33.8 with SC45.11), (SC39.9 with SC59.13), (SC44.10 with SC50.12), (SC30.7 with SC46.11). Quintets: (SC3.1, SC6.2, SC13.3, SC15.4, SC23.5), (SC8.2, SC11.3, SC14.4, SC21.5, SC25.6), (SC1.1, SC9.2, SC18.4, SC20.5, SC24.6), (SC26.7, SC38.9, SC42.10, SC49.11, SC52.12), (SC31.8, SC40.9, SC47.11, SC51.12, SC58.13), (SC34.8, SC36.9, SC53.12, SC55.13, SC62.14), (SC29.7, SC32.8, SC37.9, SC48.11, SC57.13)
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Paul MJ, Indic P, Schwartz WJ (2015) Social synchronization of circadian rhythmicity in female mice depends on the number of cohabiting animals. Biology Letters 11(6): 20150204. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2015.0204

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Paul MJ, Indic P, Schwartz WJ (2015) Data from: Social synchronization of circadian rhythmicity in female mice depends on the number of cohabiting animals. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1v8j2
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