Attenuation of food-restriction-induced running by chronic fluoxetine treatment.

Abstract

In rats, 90-minute daily access to food is sufficient to maintain or even increase body weight. However, when rats are provided with access to a running wheel for the remaining portion of the day, progressive increases in activity and decreases in weight reach life-threatening proportions within 1-2 weeks. To investigate this phenomenon as a possible animal… (More)

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@article{Altemus1993AttenuationOF, title={Attenuation of food-restriction-induced running by chronic fluoxetine treatment.}, author={Margaret Altemus and John R. Glowa and D. L. Murphy}, journal={Psychopharmacology bulletin}, year={1993}, volume={29 3}, pages={397-400} }