Structural asymmetries in brains of mice selected for strong lateralization.
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Brain-Res. 1984 Sep 24; 310(2):393-6.
The brains of 18 female mice from two lines selectively bred for lateralization of paw preference were investigated for morphological asymmetries in 5 horizontal sections from mid-dorsoventral planes. Cortical thickness was measured at orbitofrontal, somatosensory and lateral entorhinal regions; volume measures included the hippocampal formation and the striatum. Mice of the strongly lateralized line had stronger asymmetries in 4 of the 5 variables. Discriminant analysis showed that the two mouse lines could be differentiated best by their asymmetries in orbitofrontal cortex and hippocampus (P less than 0.02).
Lipp, H P.; Collins, R L.; and Nauta, W J., " Structural asymmetries in brains of mice selected for strong lateralization." (1984). Faculty Research 1980 - 1989. 528.
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