RFID-supported video tracking for automated analysis of social behaviour in groups of mice.

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Summary of "RFID-supported video tracking for automated analysis of social behaviour in groups of mice."

Deficits in social behaviour, e.g. social withdrawal, appear as an early sign of many neuropsychiatric disorders. Investigation of the biological basis of social withdrawal and development of new targets for treatment requires reliable quantification methods of social behaviour.


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Name: Journal of neuroscience methods
ISSN: 1872-678X
Pages: 108323


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