Effect of Jobelyn® on intruder- and isolation-induced aggressive behavior in mice.

@article{Umukoro2013EffectOJ,
  title={Effect of Jobelyn® on intruder- and isolation-induced aggressive behavior in mice.},
  author={Solomon Umukoro and Itivere Adrian Omogbiya and Taghogho Anthony Eduviere},
  journal={Journal of basic and clinical physiology and pharmacology},
  year={2013},
  volume={24 4},
  pages={
          263-9
        }
}
BACKGROUND Aggression is a violent behavior emitted against another organism that may lead to its harm or death and thus is of public health significance, which necessitates the search for agents with anti-aggressive property. This study investigated the effect of Jobelyn® (JB), a unique African polyherbal formulation, on intruder- and isolation-induced aggressive behaviors in mice. METHODS Male mice that showed aggression after being housed individually with female counterparts for 3 weeks… CONTINUE READING

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