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In the present study, the action of PACAP 38 on one-way passive avoidance learning was investigated. PACAP-38 was administered into the lateral brain ventricle and the latency of the passive avoidance response was measured 24 h later. In order to study the possible roles of various neurotransmitters in mediating the action of PACAP on the consolidation of(More)
The action of C-type of natriuretic peptide (CNP) was tested on one-way passive avoidance learning in rats. The involvement of transmitters was investigated by pretreating the animals with different receptor blockers. CNP administered into the lateral brain ventricle caused a dose-dependent facilitation of learning and consolidation of passive avoidance(More)
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