M A Perez Izquierdo

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Levels of [14C]2-deoxyglucose (2-DG), measured autoradiographically, in the medial preoptic area (MPOA), were higher during natural parturition with concurrent maternal behavior than in non-pregnant non-maternal controls, whereas levels in the vomeronasal system were lower in virgin rats made maternal by cohabitation with young than in control and(More)
The Maternal Behavior Recorder (MBR) is a microcomputer program designed to record and analyze data from research on parental behavior of rats and other rodents. It is used to record the specific, characteristic patterns of maternal care in rodents: nest building, grooming, licking, crouching, and retrieval of pups. Moreover, it analyzes these events in(More)
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