Behavioral effects induced by subchronic exposure to Pb and their reversion are concentration and gender dependent.

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Lead (Pb) seems to be involved in the etiology of psychological pathologies. This study investigated the effects of subchronic Pb exposure from weaning to adulthood on anxiety, depression and aggressiveness in male and female Swiss mice. Moreover, the reversibility of the effects was evaluated retesting the animals 30 days after the end of exposure. Swiss… (More)

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@article{Soeiro2007BehavioralEI, title={Behavioral effects induced by subchronic exposure to Pb and their reversion are concentration and gender dependent.}, author={Aline da Costa Soeiro and Thiago S. Gouv{\^e}a and Estef{\^a}nia Gastaldello Moreira}, journal={Human & experimental toxicology}, year={2007}, volume={26 9}, pages={733-9} }