Luiz Carlos Schenberg

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Rat behaviors in the elevated T-maze (ETM) were evaluated following tectum microinjections of either glycine (GLY, 1, 10, 80 and 120 nmol) or d-serine (D-SER, 160 and 320 nmol), the putative(More)
Stimulation of the periaqueductal gray matter (PAG) and the deeper layers of superior colliculus (SC) produces both freezing (tense immobility) and flight (trotting, galloping and jumping) behaviors(More)
The present study reports the involvement of L-type calcium channels in the control of defensive behaviors produced by electrical stimulation of dorsal periaqueductal gray and overlying collicular(More)