The rotarod test was carried out for 3 days. On the first 2 days, animals were trained on the rotarod at a speed of 16 rpm for three 5‐minute periods, with a 30‐minute break between each period. The falling latency and the number of times that falling occurred within 5 minutes were collected, and the averages over the three training sessions were then calculated. On day 3, the same protocol was used, but only the falling latency was recorded. The average value of the three rotarod sessions was calculated.

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