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Exploration and motor coordination in dystonia musculorum mutant mice.

Dystonia musculorum (dt) mutant mice, characterized by degeneration of spinocerebellar tracts, were impaired in terms of horizontal and vertical motor activity, hole poking, exploration, and motor coordination. In tests of motor coordination, their deficits were more severe than those of previously tested mutant mice with degeneration of cerebellar cells. However, unlike other cerebellar mutants, dt mutants alternated above chance levels in a two-trial spontaneous alternation test, which is a test of inhibitory tendencies and spatial orientation, and so dt mutants may not be impaired in these functions.[1]


  1. Exploration and motor coordination in dystonia musculorum mutant mice. Lalonde, R., Joyal, C.C., Botez, M.I. Physiol. Behav. (1994) [Pubmed]
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