Differential behavioral effects of supracallosal and infracallosal lesions of the septohippocampal pathways: no ameliorative effects of oxotremorine or pilocarpine on radial-maze performance.

@article{Greene1994DifferentialBE,
  title={Differential behavioral effects of supracallosal and infracallosal lesions of the septohippocampal pathways: no ameliorative effects of oxotremorine or pilocarpine on radial-maze performance.},
  author={Peter Lawrence Greene and J. C. Cassel and Christian Kelche and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Jeltsch and Alison M. Bratt and Bruno E. Will},
  journal={Behavioral and neural biology},
  year={1994},
  volume={62 1},
  pages={4-14}
}
We examined the effects in young adult female Long-Evans rats of single or combined lesions of the infracallosal and supracallosal septohippocampal pathways on a battery of behavioral tasks over two postoperative periods (14-65 and 75-150 days, respectively). During the first period, rats with lesions of the infracallosal pathways, whether given alone or in combination with lesions of the supracallosal pathways, were more active in the open field and in their home cage, and showed increased… CONTINUE READING