OBJECTIVES/SPECIFIC AIMS: The objective of this study was to determine if dopamine signaling is altered in a mouse model displaying excessive self-grooming and further elucidate the potential utility of compounds targeting the striatal DA system in modulating repetitive behaviors. METHODS/STUDY POPULATION: Here, we report studies using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry (FSCV) in mice lacking the postsynaptic protein SAP90/PSD95-associated protein (SAPAP3 KO mice) as well as control littermates. Rodent self-grooming provides a behavioral output with which one can monitor repetitive, self-directed, patterned behavior that has great translational value to OCD-like disorders. Total time spent grooming was monitored in SAPAP3KO mice and control littermates. To further examine the role of DA in regulating repetitive grooming behaviors the magnitude and kinetics of DA transients were assessed using FSCV in ex vivo slice preparations as well as in anesthetized mice in vivo. DA transients were elicited in the dorsolateral striatum (DLS), dorsomedial striatum (DMS); and nucelus accumbens core (NAcc). In some experiments mice were crossed with DAT-Cre animals and channelrhodopsin 2 (ChR2) was virally expressed in DA neurons to allow optical stimulation of DA transients. RESULTS/ANTICIPATED RESULTS: As previously reported, SAPAP3 KO mice showed excessive grooming compared to control littermates at the age assessed (4-5 months). DA transients evoked by a single electrical pulse in slices from SAPAP3 KO mice were not significantly different from those observed in slices from control littermates in any of the regions tested including the DLS, DMS and NAcc. However, when four electrical pulses were applied at a frequency of 10Hz to mimic DA neuron bursting, the magnitude of DA transients observed in the DMS and NAcc of SAPAP3 mice were greater than those evoked in control littermates.Interestingly, phasic stimulation produced similar DA transients in the DLS of both genotypes suggesting that phasic DA signaling was not globally altered. To confirm this finding we crossed SAPAP3 KO mice with DAT-Cre mice and injected ChR2 containing virus into the midbrain to selectively express ChR2 in DA neurons. Transients were then optically evoked resulting in selective activation of DA neurons. Optical stimulation produced a pronounced enhancement of DA release in SAPAP3 KO mice specifically in the DMS and only following phasic-like stimulation. DISCUSSION/SIGNIFICANCE OF IMPACT: These exciting findings suggest that DA signaling in SAPAP3KO mice is dysregulated in a very precise manner that is sub-region specific as well as dependent on the pattern of stimulation. These results suggest that targeted therapies that can modulate these specific modes of dopaminergic signaling in these distinct striatal subregions could provide improved efficacy in OCD patients that are resistant to SSRI treatment.