Mice were assessed for gross motor function using an accelerating Rotarod (Ugo Basile). Mice were trained until they were able to remain on the Rotarod (4 rpm) for 120 s. One hour after training, five consecutive trials were performed on an accelerating Rotarod with 5 min between trials. Latency to fall was measured as the apparatus accelerated from 4 to 40 rpm over 5 min.

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