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Figure 4: Impairment over behavioral phenotype parameters after the I.P. administration of EB1151 to male mice. (a) Ataxia, (b) Micturition, (c) Ptosis, (d) Piloerection, (e) Hypothermia, (f) Cianosis, in the first stage of experiment are shown. Kruskall–Wallis statistics (n = 3; ntotal= 24) were used for all the parameters but defecation, which was analyzed. Differences among means after Dunn's multiple comparison tests are given, α <0.05. *P <0.05; **P <0.01

Figure 4: Impairment over behavioral phenotype parameters after the I.P. administration of EB1151 to male mice. (a) Ataxia, (b) Micturition, (c) Ptosis, (d) Piloerection, (e) Hypothermia, (f) Cianosis, in the first stage of experiment are shown. Kruskall–Wallis statistics (<i>n</i> = 3; <i>n</i><sub>total</sub>= 24) were used for all the parameters but defecation, which was analyzed. Differences among means after Dunn's multiple comparison tests are given, α <0.05. *<i>P</i> <0.05; **<i>P</i> <0.01