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From: Dopamine D3 receptor and GSK3β signaling mediate deficits in novel object recognition memory within dopamine transporter knockdown mice

Fig. 1

Effects of D3R blockade or deletion on DAT-KD-induced NOR deficit. a Time that DAT-KD, FAUC365-treated DAT-KD, D3R-KO/DAT-KD mutant and WT mice spent on exploring a novel and a familiar objects in the testing trial of the NOR test. *** p < 0.001. b Discrimination index (DI) for DAT-KD, FAUC365-treated DAT-KD, D3R-KO/DAT-KD mutant and WT mice. *** p < 0.001 compared to the WT group; ### p < 0.001 compared to the DAT-KD group (n = 8 per group)

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