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Partial recovery of voiding function in female mice following repeated psychological stress exposure

BOND University
West, Eliza ; McDermott, Catherine ; Chess-Williams, Russ ; Sellers, Donna
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Data generated in the investigation of the impact of
water avoidance stress and recovery on bladder function in mice. Data includes
measurements of voiding analysis performed in vivo and functional isolated whole
bladder responses (compliance, contraction, relaxation, response to nerve
stimulation, ATP and ACh release, and plasma corticosterone levels).

Issued: 2022-03-28

Data time period: 2017 to 2019

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