Krystal Mason

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Whether or not abnormal noradrenergic transmission can be a causal factor in anxiety is controversial. The present experiments examined this question by comparing the effects of two anxiogenic agents on noradrenaline efflux in the frontal cortex of freely moving rats. A single anxiogenic dose of either yohimbine (2.5 or 5 mg/kg) or FG 7142 (10 or 20 mg/kg)(More)
In vivo microdialysis was used to investigate the effects of an IP injection of diazepam or buspirone (each at 3 mg/kg) on spontaneous efflux of noradrenaline in rat frontal cortex, and on changes in efflux induced by naturalistic stress. After drug administration, rats either remained in their home cages or were transferred individually to a novel cage, 1(More)
Objectives. This study examined correlates of condom use among 248 female sex workers (FSW) in The Gambia. Methods. Between July and August 2011, FSW in The Gambia who were older than 16 years of age, the age of consent in The Gambia, were recruited for the study using venue-based sampling and snowball sampling, beginning with seeds who were established(More)
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