Preference for corn oil in olfactory-blocked mice in the conditioned place preference test and the two-bottle choice test.

@article{Takeda2001PreferenceFC,
  title={Preference for corn oil in olfactory-blocked mice in the conditioned place preference test and the two-bottle choice test.},
  author={Masato Takeda and Shoko Sawano and Masahiro Imaizumi and Tohru Fushiki},
  journal={Life sciences},
  year={2001},
  volume={69 7},
  pages={847-54}
}
We studied the effects of olfactory stimuli on preference for corn oil in mice. In the conditioned place preference test, voluntary intake of 100% corn oil by both olfactory normal and ZnSO4-induced olfactory-blocked (anosmic) mice resulted in their place preference for the corn oil-related box. In the olfactory normal mice, place preference was also observed by voluntary intake of linoleic acid as well as of corn oil. In the two-bottle choice test, normal mice showed significant preference for… CONTINUE READING

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