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Examining the consistency of these eight features, we found that each generally Obeticholic acid web showed low consistency across days for a given animal (VS-663 Autophagy Sulfatinib manufacturer Figure 3). Strong correlation of the median pitch (Figure 4E) for C57BL/6J appears to be restricted to an early time window (days 3?), which degrades later in development, while FVB/AntJ shows this stronger correlation for a wider time window (days 3?). Both strains show similar increased consistency in peak power later in development (after postnatal day 7). Thus, features of USV, while on the whole inconsistent across developmental time, show windows of stability which depend on the feature and the strain. The values of ICC are tabulated for the PCS and TCS in Table 1. The point estimates of ICC for each USV feature between the PCS and TCS are replicable (Pearson's R =Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience | www.frontiersin.orgSeptember 2016 | Volume 10 | ArticleRieger and DoughertyIntra-individual Variability in Mouse USVFIGURE 4 | Lack of strong consistency across pup USV features in Time Course Study (TCS). Univariate linear mixed models (LMMs), ICC values, and residuals, and associated correlation coefficients were computed for data from 2 litters each of C57BL/6J (N = 8 5) and FVB/AntJ (N = 8 5) as in Figure 2, measured each day postnatally between days 3?4.Own in Supplemental Table 1. Examining the consistency of these eight features, we found that each generally showed low consistency across days for a given animal (Figure 3). Specifically, the most widely assessed variable in studies of pup USV, call rate (Figure 3A), showedan ICC of 0.20 (c.i. [0.12, 0.27]) indicating low consistency over postnatal days, and Studentized residuals z show rank correlations of 0.26 (Day 5 vs. Day 7) and 0.24 (Day 7 vs. Day 9) which are within the range of the ICC interval. In contrast, average call duration (Figure 3B) showed a marginally higher ICC at 0.40 (c.i. [0.32, 0.48]) and residuals showed rank correlations of 0.48 and 0.40 for Days 5/7 and Days 7/9 respectively. However, aside from call duration and median pitch (Figure 3E), most features showed low consistencies with ICC values and rank correlations