The first generation (F0) consisted of 128 male and 256 female mice. After 21 days or when a second litter was born, the pups were separated from the adults. After the pups of the second litters were weaned, the parental animals were killed. The males and females from both litters were placed seperately in cages until an age of 90 to 110 days when again males and females were placed in one cage. This procedure was repeated until shortly before the birth of the pups of the F3 parental animals.
cognitive/behavioral endpoints: motor function and coordination of the pups (righting reflex: pups were placed with their backs on a flat surface, and the time until all paws had contact with the surface was recorded)
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