Mathieu Gelhaye

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The effects of short-term bilateral naris occlusion (inducing olfactory deprivation) on mother-pup interactions, suckling behavior and hormonal status during post-natal development in Wistar rats were studied. Bilateral naris occlusion was performed on 8-day-old rat pups and its effects were evaluated at Day 9 and at Day 15. The narins opened spontaneously(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of an early olfactory deprivation on novelty-seeking behavior and lymphoid organs during post-natal development in rats. Therefore, we performed a bilateral nasal obstruction on 8-day-old rats and we studied its effects at 21 days of age. Animals exposed to nasal obstruction presented an increased plasma(More)
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