Neural Plasticity / 2009 / Article / Fig 4

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 4

In the lower right is a computer average of a CeA-PAG evoked potential illustrating how peak height (PH) was measured by computer. Plotted in the graphs are means SEM of PH of CeA-PAG evoked potentials expressed as a ratio of threshold PH versus intensity of stimulation in μC/pulse (calculated as intensity in μA times pulse width in microsecond to take pulse width into the intensity measure). Means are plotted separately by group and within a group separately by hemisphere.

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