Neuromotor Activity, Anxiety and Cognitive Function in the In Vivo Model of Alimentary Hyperlipidemia and Obesity

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Behavioral indicators characterizing specific features of the pathological process of alimentary-dependent diseases were studied using in vivo model of alimentary hyperlipidemia in rats and mice. Rats and mice of the control groups received balanced semisynthetic diet for 63 days; animals of the experimental groups received a diet with high fat content (30… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10517-017-3732-z

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