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Fig. 1. From: THE BED NUCLEUS OF THE STRIA TERMINALIS MEDIATES INTER-INDIVIDUAL VARIATIONS IN ANXIETY AND FEAR.

Differential auditory fear conditioning in sham vs. BNST-lesioned rats. (A) Experimental paradigm. (B) NeuN immunoreactivity in coronal sections of sham (left) vs. BNST-lesioned rats (right). (C) Percent time freezing (average ± SEM) in response to the CS+ (filled circles) and CS− (empty circles) during fear conditioning (left), during exposure to the training context without tones (middle), and during the recall test (right) in sham (n= 28; C1, black) vs. BNST-lesioned (n=18; C2, red) rats.

Sevil Duvarci, et al. J Neurosci. ;29(33):10357-10361.
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Fig. 2. From: THE BED NUCLEUS OF THE STRIA TERMINALIS MEDIATES INTER-INDIVIDUAL VARIATIONS IN ANXIETY AND FEAR.

BNST lesions abolish behavioral heterogeneity related to discrimination abilities. (A) Percent time freezing in response to the CS+ (filled circles) and CS− (empty circles) in individual sham (black; n = 28) vs. BNST-lesioned (red; n = 18) rats during fear conditioning (left), during exposure to the training context without tones (middle), and during the recall test (right). Lines indicate averages. (B) Frequency distribution of discrimination scores in sham (black) vs. BNST-lesioned (red) rats. (C) Comparison between BNST-lesioned rats (red; n = 18), vs. sham rats with high (black bars; n = 10) or low (white bars; n = 18) discrimination scores in percent time freezing (left y-axis) to training context (Ctx), CS+ and CS− during recall test, as well as time in closed arms of EPM (right y-axis). (D–E) Discrimination score (y-axis) vs. freezing to training context (x-axis, D) or time in closed arms (x-axis, E).

Sevil Duvarci, et al. J Neurosci. ;29(33):10357-10361.

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