Neural Plasticity / 2009 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Viral Vector Induction of CREB Expression in the Periaqueductal Gray Induces a Predator Stress-Like Pattern of Changes in pCREB Expression, Neuroplasticity, and Anxiety in Rodents

Figure 3

(a) shows example fits (solid line) to an FFT smoothed (20%) function (dashed line) of the means of peak startle amplitude (dotted line) over 20 trials for Handled GFP control (left) and predator stressed (right) rats. Plotted in (b) are median peak startle amplitudes (left) and (right), estimated from declining exponential functions, for rats in each experimental group. Medians and Tau values marked with a different letter differ from each other (P < .05).
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