polycarbonate ventilated cages (45 cm x 20 cm x 35 cm, L x W x H), changed every 2 weeks
exposure device (200 cm x 70 cm x 200 cm, L x W x H) was constructed with ABS plastics and utilized bronze wires; a four floors plastic shelf with a size of 140 cm x 70 cm x 200 cm (L x W x H) was placed inside the device; 45-55% relative humidity and 22-25°C room temperature were maintained
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