Different cholinergic cell groups in the basal forebrain regulate social interaction and social recognition memory

Published: 22 June 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/g2sm4hthvx.1
Contributor:
Kana Okada

Description

Here, we performed a selective elimination of cholinergic cell groups in the basal forebrain in mice to examine the role of cholinergic function in social interaction and social recognition memory by using the three-chamber test. Elimination of cholinergic neurons was in the medial septum (MS) and vertical diagonal band of Broca (vDB) or in the nucleus basalis magnocellularis (NBM).

Files

Categories

Behavioral Neuroscience

License