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Predator odor as an unconditioned fear stimulus in rats: elicitation of freezing by trimethylthiazoline, a component of fox feces.
Four experiments tested whether an odor from a rat predator can unconditionally elicit a fear response in rats. In a large chamber, rats displayed fear-related behaviors to trimethylthiazoline (TMT,Expand
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An egr-1 (zif268) antisense oligodeoxynucleotide infused into the amygdala disrupts fear conditioning.
Studies of gene expression following fear conditioning have demonstrated that the inducible transcription factor, egr-1, is increased in the lateral nucleus of the amygdala shortly following fearExpand
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Neurotoxic Lesions of the Lateral Nucleus of the Amygdala Decrease Conditioned Fear But Not Unconditioned Fear of a Predator Odor: Comparison with Electrolytic Lesions
Considerable evidence suggests that the lateral (LA) and basal (BA) nuclei of the amygdala are sites of plasticity and storage of emotional memory. Recent arguments, however, have seriouslyExpand
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Practical methods for conserving biodiversity.
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On three-dimensional spiral anisotropic self-avoiding walks
Two new models of three-dimensional anisotropic spiral self-avoiding walks are introduced with different types of spiral constraint. Series expansions for the two models are derived and analysed. OneExpand
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QUAD system offers fair shares to all authors
Showing who did what could solve the problem of authorship abuse and disputes.
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Chapter 4.7 A neurobehavioral system approach in rats to study the molecular biology of fear
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the neurobehavioral system approach in rats to study the molecular biology of fear. The chapter presents three examples of a neurobehavioral system approachExpand
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Predator odor as an unconditioned fear stimulus in rats: elicitation of freezing by trimethylthiazoline, a component of fox feces.
: Four experiments tested whether an odor from a rat predator can unconditionally elicit a fear response in rats. In a large chamber, rats displayed fear-related behaviors to trimethylthiazolineExpand
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Two-dimensional anisotropic spiral self-avoiding walks
Two models of anisotropic spiral self-avoiding random walks recently proposed by Manna (1984) have been investigated by the method of exact series expansions. The number of such n-step walks, cn,Expand
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