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Both systemic and central injections of glucose can enhance memory. For example, glucose reverses impairments on inhibitory avoidance resulting from intra-amygdala injections of morphine. The present experiment investigated the ability of glucose to reverse memory impairments resulting from intra-amygdala injections of propranolol, a beta-noradrenergic(More)
Glucose infusions into the medial septal area attenuate memory impairments produced by concurrent intraseptal morphine injections. One possible explanation for these effects of glucose on memory is that the treatment modulates regional energy metabolism. As a test of this hypothesis, the present experiment determined whether intraseptal pyruvate injections(More)
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