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    Phenoworld, supplied by TSE systems, used in various techniques. Bioz Stars score: 94/100, based on 1 PubMed citations. ZERO BIAS - scores, article reviews, protocol conditions and more
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    Article Title: The Impact of Physical Enrichment in the Structure of the Medial Prefrontal Cortex and Nucleus Accumbens of the Adult Male Rat Brain.
    Article Snippet: Rodents' behavioural analysis can be influenced by several factors, including housing.. The PhenoWorld (PhW) is an enriched housing and testing paradigm, which proved to be relevant for screening depressive-like behaviours in rats, being remarkably sensitive for hedonic behaviour.

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    Article Title: PhenoWorld: a new paradigm to screen rodent behavior
    Article Snippet: .. Herein, we describe the PhenoWorld (PhW), a new setting in which groups of six rats lived in an ethological enriched environment, and have their feeding, locomotor activity, sleeping and social behavior automatically monitored. ..

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    Home-cage behavior: ( a ) sleeping and locomotion; ( b ) interaction with objects; ( c ) self-maintenance (grooming+licking) behavior; and ( d ) social interaction divided in its different components (clump, social investigation, allogrooming and social play). Error bars represent s.e.m.; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001 denote effects of housing; x P ⩽0.05 denote effects of stress. CMS, chronic mild stress; <t>PhW,</t> <t>PhenoWorld.</t>
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    Home-cage behavior: ( a ) sleeping and locomotion; ( b ) interaction with objects; ( c ) self-maintenance (grooming+licking) behavior; and ( d ) social interaction divided in its different components (clump, social investigation, allogrooming and social play). Error bars represent s.e.m.; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001 denote effects of housing; x P ⩽0.05 denote effects of stress. CMS, chronic mild stress; PhW, PhenoWorld.

    Journal: Translational Psychiatry

    Article Title: PhenoWorld: a new paradigm to screen rodent behavior

    doi: 10.1038/tp.2014.40

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Home-cage behavior: ( a ) sleeping and locomotion; ( b ) interaction with objects; ( c ) self-maintenance (grooming+licking) behavior; and ( d ) social interaction divided in its different components (clump, social investigation, allogrooming and social play). Error bars represent s.e.m.; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001 denote effects of housing; x P ⩽0.05 denote effects of stress. CMS, chronic mild stress; PhW, PhenoWorld.

    Article Snippet: Herein, we describe the PhenoWorld (PhW), a new setting in which groups of six rats lived in an ethological enriched environment, and have their feeding, locomotor activity, sleeping and social behavior automatically monitored.

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    Behaviors automatically registered in the PhenoWorld (PhW) during the dark phase of the light/dark cycle: ( a ) food intake per animal; ( b ) time spent in running wheels; ( c ) distance run in the wheels; ( d ) number of runs in the wheels; ( e ) maximum length run in the wheels; and ( f ) maximum and average speed run in the wheels. Error bars represent s.e.m.; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001. CMS, chronic mild stress; Flx, fluoxetine.

    Journal: Translational Psychiatry

    Article Title: PhenoWorld: a new paradigm to screen rodent behavior

    doi: 10.1038/tp.2014.40

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Behaviors automatically registered in the PhenoWorld (PhW) during the dark phase of the light/dark cycle: ( a ) food intake per animal; ( b ) time spent in running wheels; ( c ) distance run in the wheels; ( d ) number of runs in the wheels; ( e ) maximum length run in the wheels; and ( f ) maximum and average speed run in the wheels. Error bars represent s.e.m.; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001. CMS, chronic mild stress; Flx, fluoxetine.

    Article Snippet: Herein, we describe the PhenoWorld (PhW), a new setting in which groups of six rats lived in an ethological enriched environment, and have their feeding, locomotor activity, sleeping and social behavior automatically monitored.

    Techniques:

    Hedonic behavior was evaluated by a sucrose preference test ( a ); behavioral despair was evaluated by forced swimming test immobility time ( b ); latency to immobility ( c ); anxiety-like behavior in the light/dark box test, measured by latency to the dark area ( d ); and % time in the dark area ( e ). Memory performance evaluated in the novelty object recognition test: ( f ) presents the percentage of time exploring a novel object; ( g ) shows the total time in exploring objects. Error bars represent s.e.m.; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001 denote the effect of housing; x P ⩽0.05 denote the effect of stress. CMS, chronic mild stress; PhW, PhenoWorld.

    Journal: Translational Psychiatry

    Article Title: PhenoWorld: a new paradigm to screen rodent behavior

    doi: 10.1038/tp.2014.40

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Hedonic behavior was evaluated by a sucrose preference test ( a ); behavioral despair was evaluated by forced swimming test immobility time ( b ); latency to immobility ( c ); anxiety-like behavior in the light/dark box test, measured by latency to the dark area ( d ); and % time in the dark area ( e ). Memory performance evaluated in the novelty object recognition test: ( f ) presents the percentage of time exploring a novel object; ( g ) shows the total time in exploring objects. Error bars represent s.e.m.; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001 denote the effect of housing; x P ⩽0.05 denote the effect of stress. CMS, chronic mild stress; PhW, PhenoWorld.

    Article Snippet: Herein, we describe the PhenoWorld (PhW), a new setting in which groups of six rats lived in an ethological enriched environment, and have their feeding, locomotor activity, sleeping and social behavior automatically monitored.

    Techniques:

    The PhenoWorld (PhW) paradigm: ( a ) photo of the PhW setup used; ( b ) scheme representing the PhW, with dashed gray square with a cross indicating the area that has not been used for the present study; and ( c ) adaptation period strategy used for the animals to adapt to the PhW. RW, running wheels; D/F, drinking/feeding boxes.

    Journal: Translational Psychiatry

    Article Title: PhenoWorld: a new paradigm to screen rodent behavior

    doi: 10.1038/tp.2014.40

    Figure Lengend Snippet: The PhenoWorld (PhW) paradigm: ( a ) photo of the PhW setup used; ( b ) scheme representing the PhW, with dashed gray square with a cross indicating the area that has not been used for the present study; and ( c ) adaptation period strategy used for the animals to adapt to the PhW. RW, running wheels; D/F, drinking/feeding boxes.

    Article Snippet: Herein, we describe the PhenoWorld (PhW), a new setting in which groups of six rats lived in an ethological enriched environment, and have their feeding, locomotor activity, sleeping and social behavior automatically monitored.

    Techniques:

    Body weight ( a ) and body weight variation ( b ) of animals living in the PhenoWorld (PhW) compared to animals living in standard cages in groups of six or pair–housed (PhW, Std(6) or Std(2) respectively); dashed lines show that animals living in the same conditions lose weight when submitted to unpredictable chronic mild stress (uCMS) protocol (started at week 16-17 of age for PhW+CMS, Std(6)+CMS and Std(2)+CMS groups). The AnimalGates (AG) blue bar indicates the period when animals housed in the PhW adapted to use the AG; the sucrose preference test (SPT-b) gray bar and the uCMS black bar indicate, respectively, the periods when the baseline SPT and the uCMS protocol were performed. ( c ) Water and ( d ) food intake per day per animal. ( e , f ) Plasma corticosterone levels at baseline and six weeks after: CORT (8 h) indicates the time point when lights went on, and CORT (20 h) indicates the time point when lights went off; the red line on the graphs represents the detection limit for corticosterone measured by radioimmunoassay (25 ng ml –1 ). Error bars represent s.e.m.; •• P ⩽0.001 indicates the effect of time; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001 denote the effect of housing; x P ⩽0.05 and xx P ⩽0.001 denote the effect of stress.

    Journal: Translational Psychiatry

    Article Title: PhenoWorld: a new paradigm to screen rodent behavior

    doi: 10.1038/tp.2014.40

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Body weight ( a ) and body weight variation ( b ) of animals living in the PhenoWorld (PhW) compared to animals living in standard cages in groups of six or pair–housed (PhW, Std(6) or Std(2) respectively); dashed lines show that animals living in the same conditions lose weight when submitted to unpredictable chronic mild stress (uCMS) protocol (started at week 16-17 of age for PhW+CMS, Std(6)+CMS and Std(2)+CMS groups). The AnimalGates (AG) blue bar indicates the period when animals housed in the PhW adapted to use the AG; the sucrose preference test (SPT-b) gray bar and the uCMS black bar indicate, respectively, the periods when the baseline SPT and the uCMS protocol were performed. ( c ) Water and ( d ) food intake per day per animal. ( e , f ) Plasma corticosterone levels at baseline and six weeks after: CORT (8 h) indicates the time point when lights went on, and CORT (20 h) indicates the time point when lights went off; the red line on the graphs represents the detection limit for corticosterone measured by radioimmunoassay (25 ng ml –1 ). Error bars represent s.e.m.; •• P ⩽0.001 indicates the effect of time; * P ⩽0.05 and ** P ⩽0.001 denote the effect of housing; x P ⩽0.05 and xx P ⩽0.001 denote the effect of stress.

    Article Snippet: Herein, we describe the PhenoWorld (PhW), a new setting in which groups of six rats lived in an ethological enriched environment, and have their feeding, locomotor activity, sleeping and social behavior automatically monitored.

    Techniques: Single-particle Tracking, RIA Assay