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Groups of young male Sprague-Dawley (albino) or Long-Evans (hooded) rats were fed the same semi-purified diets containing 20% (w/w) fat in the form of soybean oil vs. lard, or a reference diet of standard Purina Chow (4.5% mixed fats) for 21 days. Behavioral testing after this time revealed that albino rats fed the diet containing soybean oil had increased(More)
To determine the importance of inheritance on the age-associated decline in D2-dopamine receptor number, the binding of [3H]spiperone to mouse striatal membranes was measured in animals ranging from 7 to 104 weeks of age from 5 murine strains (C57BL/6J, C3/HeJ, A/J, SJL/J and DBA/1J). In young mice, receptor number (Bmax) was influenced by genetic(More)
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