Reducing the noise in behavioral assays: sex and age in adult zebrafish locomotion.

Abstract

Many assays are used in animal model systems to measure specific human disease-related behaviors. The use of both adult and larval zebrafish as a behavioral model is gaining popularity. As this work progresses and potentially translates into new treatments, we must do our best to improve the sensitivity of these assays by reducing confounding factors… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/zeb.2012.0764

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