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    p62 KO mice display normal contextual, cued, and long-term fear memory and showed a reduced freezing after the acoustic stimulus. ( A ) Schematic representation of the fear <t>conditioning</t> protocol. ( B ) During the conditioning phase a foot shock was paired with a tone and repeated three times. Freezing response to the conditioning protocol was similar between p62 KO and WT mice and increased with time and foot shock repetition. ( C ) Contextual memory was tested after 24 h following conditioning. WT and p62 KO mice were introduced to the same arena where they have received foot shocks and showed increased but comparable freezing response. ( D ) Cued memory was tested using a different environment and presentation of the paired tone. The freezing response during the first two minutes before applying the tone was used for the baseline response. p62 KO and WT mice showed intact cued memory with a reduced freezing response in p62 KO animals in the first minute of the tone. ( E ) Contextual memory of mice was tested again after 7 days and confirmed intact contextual memory of WT and p62 KO mice. ( F ) Cued memory tested after 7 days showed intact memory of p62 KO and WT mice with again a reduced response in p62 KO mice when the tone was applied. ( G ) During the conditioning phase p62 KO animals moved a significantly longer distance than the WT mice. No difference in distance moved was identified during ( H ) the context and the ( I ) cued phases. * p
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    Article Title: Behavioral Studies of p62 KO Animals with Implications of a Modulated Function of the Endocannabinoid System

    Journal: Cells

    doi: 10.3390/cells11091517

    p62 KO mice display normal contextual, cued, and long-term fear memory and showed a reduced freezing after the acoustic stimulus. ( A ) Schematic representation of the fear conditioning protocol. ( B ) During the conditioning phase a foot shock was paired with a tone and repeated three times. Freezing response to the conditioning protocol was similar between p62 KO and WT mice and increased with time and foot shock repetition. ( C ) Contextual memory was tested after 24 h following conditioning. WT and p62 KO mice were introduced to the same arena where they have received foot shocks and showed increased but comparable freezing response. ( D ) Cued memory was tested using a different environment and presentation of the paired tone. The freezing response during the first two minutes before applying the tone was used for the baseline response. p62 KO and WT mice showed intact cued memory with a reduced freezing response in p62 KO animals in the first minute of the tone. ( E ) Contextual memory of mice was tested again after 7 days and confirmed intact contextual memory of WT and p62 KO mice. ( F ) Cued memory tested after 7 days showed intact memory of p62 KO and WT mice with again a reduced response in p62 KO mice when the tone was applied. ( G ) During the conditioning phase p62 KO animals moved a significantly longer distance than the WT mice. No difference in distance moved was identified during ( H ) the context and the ( I ) cued phases. * p
    Figure Legend Snippet: p62 KO mice display normal contextual, cued, and long-term fear memory and showed a reduced freezing after the acoustic stimulus. ( A ) Schematic representation of the fear conditioning protocol. ( B ) During the conditioning phase a foot shock was paired with a tone and repeated three times. Freezing response to the conditioning protocol was similar between p62 KO and WT mice and increased with time and foot shock repetition. ( C ) Contextual memory was tested after 24 h following conditioning. WT and p62 KO mice were introduced to the same arena where they have received foot shocks and showed increased but comparable freezing response. ( D ) Cued memory was tested using a different environment and presentation of the paired tone. The freezing response during the first two minutes before applying the tone was used for the baseline response. p62 KO and WT mice showed intact cued memory with a reduced freezing response in p62 KO animals in the first minute of the tone. ( E ) Contextual memory of mice was tested again after 7 days and confirmed intact contextual memory of WT and p62 KO mice. ( F ) Cued memory tested after 7 days showed intact memory of p62 KO and WT mice with again a reduced response in p62 KO mice when the tone was applied. ( G ) During the conditioning phase p62 KO animals moved a significantly longer distance than the WT mice. No difference in distance moved was identified during ( H ) the context and the ( I ) cued phases. * p

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    TSE systems tse multi conditioning system
    p62 KO mice display normal contextual, cued, and long-term fear memory and showed a reduced freezing after the acoustic stimulus. ( A ) Schematic representation of the fear <t>conditioning</t> protocol. ( B ) During the conditioning phase a foot shock was paired with a tone and repeated three times. Freezing response to the conditioning protocol was similar between p62 KO and WT mice and increased with time and foot shock repetition. ( C ) Contextual memory was tested after 24 h following conditioning. WT and p62 KO mice were introduced to the same arena where they have received foot shocks and showed increased but comparable freezing response. ( D ) Cued memory was tested using a different environment and presentation of the paired tone. The freezing response during the first two minutes before applying the tone was used for the baseline response. p62 KO and WT mice showed intact cued memory with a reduced freezing response in p62 KO animals in the first minute of the tone. ( E ) Contextual memory of mice was tested again after 7 days and confirmed intact contextual memory of WT and p62 KO mice. ( F ) Cued memory tested after 7 days showed intact memory of p62 KO and WT mice with again a reduced response in p62 KO mice when the tone was applied. ( G ) During the conditioning phase p62 KO animals moved a significantly longer distance than the WT mice. No difference in distance moved was identified during ( H ) the context and the ( I ) cued phases. * p
    Tse Multi Conditioning System, supplied by TSE systems, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 95/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    p62 KO mice display normal contextual, cued, and long-term fear memory and showed a reduced freezing after the acoustic stimulus. ( A ) Schematic representation of the fear conditioning protocol. ( B ) During the conditioning phase a foot shock was paired with a tone and repeated three times. Freezing response to the conditioning protocol was similar between p62 KO and WT mice and increased with time and foot shock repetition. ( C ) Contextual memory was tested after 24 h following conditioning. WT and p62 KO mice were introduced to the same arena where they have received foot shocks and showed increased but comparable freezing response. ( D ) Cued memory was tested using a different environment and presentation of the paired tone. The freezing response during the first two minutes before applying the tone was used for the baseline response. p62 KO and WT mice showed intact cued memory with a reduced freezing response in p62 KO animals in the first minute of the tone. ( E ) Contextual memory of mice was tested again after 7 days and confirmed intact contextual memory of WT and p62 KO mice. ( F ) Cued memory tested after 7 days showed intact memory of p62 KO and WT mice with again a reduced response in p62 KO mice when the tone was applied. ( G ) During the conditioning phase p62 KO animals moved a significantly longer distance than the WT mice. No difference in distance moved was identified during ( H ) the context and the ( I ) cued phases. * p

    Journal: Cells

    Article Title: Behavioral Studies of p62 KO Animals with Implications of a Modulated Function of the Endocannabinoid System

    doi: 10.3390/cells11091517

    Figure Lengend Snippet: p62 KO mice display normal contextual, cued, and long-term fear memory and showed a reduced freezing after the acoustic stimulus. ( A ) Schematic representation of the fear conditioning protocol. ( B ) During the conditioning phase a foot shock was paired with a tone and repeated three times. Freezing response to the conditioning protocol was similar between p62 KO and WT mice and increased with time and foot shock repetition. ( C ) Contextual memory was tested after 24 h following conditioning. WT and p62 KO mice were introduced to the same arena where they have received foot shocks and showed increased but comparable freezing response. ( D ) Cued memory was tested using a different environment and presentation of the paired tone. The freezing response during the first two minutes before applying the tone was used for the baseline response. p62 KO and WT mice showed intact cued memory with a reduced freezing response in p62 KO animals in the first minute of the tone. ( E ) Contextual memory of mice was tested again after 7 days and confirmed intact contextual memory of WT and p62 KO mice. ( F ) Cued memory tested after 7 days showed intact memory of p62 KO and WT mice with again a reduced response in p62 KO mice when the tone was applied. ( G ) During the conditioning phase p62 KO animals moved a significantly longer distance than the WT mice. No difference in distance moved was identified during ( H ) the context and the ( I ) cued phases. * p

    Article Snippet: Conditioning phase: mice were placed into the TSE Multi-Conditioning System (TSE Systems, Bad Homburg, Germany).

    Techniques: Mouse Assay