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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: The Brain Metabolic Enhancer Methylene Blue Improves Discrimination Learning in Rats.

The baiting pattern in holeboard utilized for all trials. Dark circles are baited holes, and open circles are unbaited holes.

Kathryn M. Wrubel, et al. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. ;86(4):712-717.
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Figure 3. From: The Brain Metabolic Enhancer Methylene Blue Improves Discrimination Learning in Rats.

Means ± standard errors for reference memory scores (number of nose pokes to baited holes/total number of nose pokes) in rewarded versus non-rewarded trials in saline administered subjects for the discrimination training phase of the experiment. Saline-administered rats did not demonstrate a strong discrimination between rewarded and non-rewarded trials.

Kathryn M. Wrubel, et al. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. ;86(4):712-717.
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Figure 4. From: The Brain Metabolic Enhancer Methylene Blue Improves Discrimination Learning in Rats.

Means ± standard errors for reference memory scores (number of nose pokes to baited holes/total number of nose pokes) in rewarded versus non-rewarded trials in methylene blue-treated subjects for the discrimination training phase of the experiment. Methylene blue-administered rats reliably discriminated between rewarded and non-rewarded trials on days 10-12 of the experiment. *p < .05

Kathryn M. Wrubel, et al. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. ;86(4):712-717.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: The Brain Metabolic Enhancer Methylene Blue Improves Discrimination Learning in Rats.

Acquisition curve for all subjects showing means ± standard errors for reference memory scores (number of nose pokes to baited holes/total number of nose pokes) for the training phase of the experiment, prior to injections, in the holeboard. During this phase there were 5 daily trials with 4 of the 16 holes baited in a fixed baiting pattern (Figure 1).

Kathryn M. Wrubel, et al. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. ;86(4):712-717.

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