Antagonism by benzodiazepines of the effects of serotonin-, but not norepinephrine-, uptake blockers in the learned helplessness paradigm in rats.

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Benzodiazepines are routinely administered in combination with antidepressant drugs. Such combination can induce pharmacodynamic or pharmacokinetic interactions resulting in either a potentiation or a reduction of the effects of one of the drugs. The present study was undertaken to determine the effects of benzodiazepines alone and in combination with two… (More)

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@article{Martin1996AntagonismBB, title={Antagonism by benzodiazepines of the effects of serotonin-, but not norepinephrine-, uptake blockers in the learned helplessness paradigm in rats.}, author={P. Martin and Alain J. Puech}, journal={Biological psychiatry}, year={1996}, volume={39 10}, pages={882-90} }