Validation of memory assessment in the Starmaze task: Data from 14 month-old APPPS1 mice and controls

Published: 29-06-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/ggdyxxynj8.1
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These data were acquired as positive controls of memory deficit in a model of the familial form of Alzheimers’s disease (see Schmitt et al., Flexibility as a marker of early cognitive decline in humanized Apolipoprotein E ε4 (ApoE4) mice, Neurobiol Aging, 2021). They were acquired in a reduced version of the Starmaze environment and accompanied by a number of acquisitions in different control groups at 6 and 14 months to assess the robustness of the procedure and its associated memory scores. These data illustrate the extraction of a variety of navigation scores (including search strategy, spatial learning and memory) and provide a reference of navigation data in the Starmaze task for healthy 6-month-old controls, normal aging and a model of pathological memory deficit.

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