Tommy Wood

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Hypothermia (HT) improves outcome after neonatal hypoxia-ischemia. Combination therapy may extend neuroprotection. The noble anesthetic gas xenon (Xe) has an excellent safety profile. We have shown earlier that 3 h of 50% Xe plus HT (32 degrees C) additively gives more protection (72%) than either alone (HT=31.1%, Xe=10.2%). Factors limiting clinical use(More)
Variable interval (VI) reinforcement scheduling is a specific type of operant conditioning that is sensitive to drug effects even when overt clinical signs of the drug have diminished. Six horses were conditioned to break a light beam with a head-bobbing movement and this behaviour was reinforced with a reward of clean oats (approximately 30(More)
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