Fear Conditioning

Fear Conditioning (FC) is a widely used test to assess anxiety-related phenotypes in mice, as well as learning and memory. In the FC test, mice learn to associate an aversive stimulus with a neutral context or stimulus, resulting in a freezing response to the previously neutral stimulus.

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