Audiogenic seizures in mice: influence of agents affecting brain serotonin.

Abstract

Brain serotonin levels and susceptibility to audiogenic seizures were examined in a strain of inbred audiosusceptible mice and in control mice at intervals from two hours to one week after treatment with several agents known to modify serotonin metabolism. Although p-chlorophenylalanine produced a gradual decrease in brain serotonin there appeared to be no… (More)

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