Effects of melatonin on orofacial movements in rats

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Rationale. While reserpine-induced oral movements (OM), an animal model of tardive dyskinesia, are more persistent in old than in adult rats, old animals present spontaneous OM, which are phenomenologically similar to those presented by reserpine-treated adult rats. We postulate that these OM may be the result of oxidative stress induced by both age and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00213-002-1081-7

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