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The spontaneous motility of 75 Sprague-Dawley rats obtained from an inbred strain was found to vary widely. To test the hypothesis that heterogeneity in motility is accompanied by heterogeneity in neurochemical and vegetative function variables, the median motility score was used to divide the animals into high and low motility groups. Subgroups of high and(More)
The prophylactic deterrent effect of disulfiram (DS) has been attributed to its ability to exacerbate sympathetic function. Though there are reports to indicate that DS administration could as well affect the neurotransmitter metabolism, few reports implicate the possibility of central nervous system (CNS) mediated anticraving effect of the drug. The(More)
Forty nine adult male Sprague Dawley rats were selected for rapid learning in a T-maze to study the effects of BR-16A, a herbal preparation on ECS-induced retrograde amnesia. Half the rats received 200 mg/kg BR-16A and the other half received vehicle alone. The rats were trained to run into the enclosed chamber of either the left or the right arm on a(More)
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