Social Isolation Alters Social and Mating Behavior in the R451C Neuroligin Mouse Model of Autism
EL Burrows, AF Eastwood, C May, SC Kolbe, T Hill, NM McLachlan, L Churilov, AJ Hannan
NEURAL PLASTICITY | HINDAWI LTD | Published : 2017
Awarded by ARC FT3 Future Fellowship
This work was funded by a Melbourne Neuroscience Institute Interdisciplinary Seed Grant and a Jack Brockhoff Foundation Medical Research Project Grant to A. J. Hannan and E. L. Burrows. E. L. Burrows is supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council-Australian Research Council (NHMRC-ARC) Dementia Research Development Fellowship. A. J. Hannan is an NHMRC Principal Research Fellow and has been supported by an ARC FT3 Future Fellowship (FT100100835). The authors thank past and present laboratory members for useful discussions. They also thank Daniel Drieberg, Ana Hudson, Brittany Cuic, Brett Purcell, and Craig Thomson for their technical assistance; Elisa Hill-Yardin for assistance in setting up the mouse colony; and David Grayden for involvement in the Melbourne Neuroscience Institute application that provided funds for this study.