The Real-Time Place Preference Chamber is a variant of the conditioned place preference chamber which is a paradigm widely used to explore the reinforcing effects of natural and pharmacological stimuli, including drugs of addiction.
Mice were tested in a two-chamber cage without additional contextual cues. Mice were gently put into the middle of the cage at the beginning of the test. Mice will receive laser stimulation when entering one side of the chamber randomly assigned at the beginning of the experiment.
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The tail suspension test is a standard test of depression. Mice and Rats are hung to the apparatus and time struggling is an approximate measure of depression. Escape oriented behaviors are quantified during measurement. The tail-suspension test is a highly validated test for potential antidepressant pharmaceutical compounds
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