Alexandra C Maki

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Olfactory bulbectomy (OBX) in rats produces behavioral, physiological, and neurochemical changes that resemble symptoms of depression in humans. The procedure thus serves as a rodent model of affective disorder. Many of the behavioral effects of OBX resemble psychomotor agitation. The possible role of dysregulation of ventral striatal dopamine (DA) systems(More)
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