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Understanding the communicative value of ultrasonic calls in male and female laboratory mice: implications for mouse models of neurodevelopmental disorders

Abstract : Beside the number of USVs, parameters like the mean duration of the calls or the calling time are sensitive to sex and genotype differences. The qualitative analysis of the call types is useful to reveal subtle differences in communication phenotypes. The proportion of complex calls seems particularly sensitive to sex and genotype differences, suggesting their distinctive communicative potential. Female mice may be more interesting than males to investigate adult communicative patterns and their potential alterations in NDDs.
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Submitted on : Saturday, October 29, 2022 - 3:22:19 PM
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S. Giannoccaro, Celeste Ferraguto, Valeria Petroni, Marion Piquemal-Lagoueillat, Susanna Pietropaolo. Understanding the communicative value of ultrasonic calls in male and female laboratory mice: implications for mouse models of neurodevelopmental disorders. FENS annual meeting, Jul 2022, Paris, France. ⟨hal-03834347⟩

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