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Fig. 4

From: Juvenile stress induces behavioral change and affects perineuronal net formation in juvenile mice

Fig. 4

Results of the tail-suspension test and Porsolt forced swim test in the stress and control groups. Juvenile: percentage of immobility time in each 1-min period (a) in the tail-suspension test. percentage of immobility time in each 1-min period (b) in the Porsolt forced swim test. Adult: percentage of immobility time in each 1-min period (c) in the tail-suspension test. Percentage of immobility time in each 1-min period (d) in the Porsolt forced swim test. All data are presented as box plots. *Significant difference from control mice (p < 0.05). ^p < 0.05 versus first block; *p < 0.05 between time-matched stress and control groups. The p values were calculated by two-way repeated measures ANOVA (ad)

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