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Fig. 4 | Particle and Fibre Toxicology

Fig. 4

From: Effects of neonatal inhalation exposure to ultrafine carbon particles on pathology and behavioral outcomes in C57BL/6J mice

Fig. 4

Locomotor activity and novel object recognition. Ambulatory time in 5 min epochs across one 60-min session for females (a) (n = 18–24) and males (b) (n = 37–46). Time spent with familiar objects in Session 1 and novel object recognition index in Session 2 for females (c, d) (n = 8–11) and males (e, f) (n = 11–12). Time spent in open arm and closed arm (percentage of total time in arms) on the elevated plus maze for females (g, h) (n = 8–11) and males (i, j) (n = 11–12). For the locomotor assay data are presented as individual learning curves with the group mean ± SD for each treatment group. For the novel object and elevated plus maze data are presented as individual data points with the group mean ± SD for each treatment group

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