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Anxiolytic-like effects produced by bilateral lesion of the periaqueductal gray in mice: Influence of concurrent nociceptive stimulation
(Behavioural Brain Research, 2009-11-05) [Artigo]
Threatening situations (e.g., exposure to an elevated plus-maze with four open arms - oEPM) induce behavioral and neurovegetative responses generally accompanied by antinociception animals. The midbrain periaqueductal gray ...
Contrasting effects of acute and chronic treatment with imipramine and fluoxetine on inhibitory avoidance and escape responses in mice exposed to the elevated T-maze
(Brain Research Bulletin, 2009-03-30) [Artigo]
The elevated T-maze (ETM) is an animal model of anxiety-like behavior that assesses two different defensive behavioral tasks in the same animal-acquisition of inhibitory avoidance and latency to escape from an open and ...