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Wei Wei Banna Biomedical Research Institute, Xi-Shuang-Ban-Na Prefecture, China
2 protocols

Joe Tsien Department of Neurology, Brain and Behavior Discovery Institute, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University, USA
2 protocols

Stephanie Jacobs Department of Neurology, Brain and Behavior Discovery Institute, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University, USA
2 protocols

Fengying Huang
  • Department of Neurology, Brain and Behavior Discovery Institute, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University, USA
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  • 2 Author merit
2 Protocols published
Social Recognition Memory Test in Rodents
Authors:  Stephanie A. Jacobs, Fengying Huang, Joe Z. Tsien and Wei Wei, date: 05/05/2016, view: 2831, Q&A: 0
Social recognition memory is essential for the establishment and maintenance of a rodent colony. Recognition memory is important for social hierarchy, mate and offspring recognition, and interspecies recognition. Interspecies recognition is vital ...
Olfactory Recognition Memory Test in Mice
Authors:  Stephanie A. Jacobs, Fengying Huang, Joe Z. Tsien and Wei Wei, date: 05/05/2016, view: 2088, Q&A: 0
Olfactory memory is an ethologically relevant task that relies on a mouse’s innate ability to use olfaction to forage for food (Zou et al., 2015), and identify safe foods. Although many of the same brain areas involved in other forms of ...