Contribution of cholinergic and gabaergic functions to memory processes in BALB/cANnCrlBR mice

@article{Messier1999ContributionOC,
  title={Contribution of cholinergic and gabaergic functions to memory processes in BALB/cANnCrlBR mice},
  author={Claude Messier and Philip M. Wall and Katia Ethier},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={818},
  pages={583-592}
}
  • Claude Messier, Philip M. Wall, Katia Ethier
  • Published in Brain Research 1999
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Several lines of evidence indicate that glucose influences on memory depend on interactions between glucose, glucoregulation and hippocampal cholinergic function. We previously demonstrated that glucose and scopolamine differentially affected memory consolidation for an operant bar pressing task in two closely-related BALB/c mouse strains. Whereas glucose normally improves memory in several animal strains, memory consolidation was not effected by systemic glucose injections in BALB/cANnCrlBR… CONTINUE READING

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