Data from: Repetitive concussive traumatic brain injury interacts with post-injury foot shock stress to worsen social and depression-like behavior in mice

 

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Title rcTBI Behavior Archive
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Description This zip file includes the raw behavioral and histological data reported in the paper "Repetitive concussive traumatic brain injury interacts with post-injury foot shock stress to worsen social and depression-like behavior in mice". Behavioral tests include cued fear conditioning, contextual fear conditioning, social recognition, tail suspension, and sucrose preference. The histological data consists of counts of Iba1 positive cells in the corpus callosum. Abbreviations: rcTBI - repetitive concussive traumatic brain injury
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Klemenhagen KC, O'Brien SP, Brody DL (2013) Repetitive concussive traumatic brain injury interacts with post-injury foot shock stress to worsen social and depression-like behavior in mice. PLoS ONE 8(9): e74510. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0074510

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Klemenhagen KC, O'Brien SP, Brody DL (2013) Data from: Repetitive concussive traumatic brain injury interacts with post-injury foot shock stress to worsen social and depression-like behavior in mice. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v1t54
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