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A Balance Device for the Analysis of Behavioural Patterns of the Mouse

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Abstract:

A device for analysing mouse behaviour which is based on recording the movements of the animal in a balance test cage has been developed. The amplitude patterns provoked by the movements of the animal correlate with behavioural patterns. The system not only allows differentiation between five behavioural categories: resting, grooming, eating, locomotion and climbing – but also indicates the location of the animal in its cage. Upon validation, the system has proven to be a reliable and time-saving device for the non-invasive recording of behavioural patterns in the mouse

Keywords: ANIMAL WELFARE; BALANCE DEVICE; BEHAVIOURAL ANALYSIS; BEHAVIOURAL PATTERNS; CIRCADIAN RHYTHM; MICE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 1, 1998

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