Prenatal alcohol exposure and offspring hyperactivity: effects of scopolamine and methylscopolamine.

  • Nigel W. Bond
  • Published 1986 in Neurobehavioral toxicology and teratology


Rats were fed a liquid diet containing alcohol from days 6-19 of gestation. Controls were pair-fed the same diet with sucrose substituted for ethanol, or received ad lib chow and water. The activity of the offspring was observed at 10, 16, 22 or 28 days of age. Offspring exposed to alcohol prenatally were hyperactive compared to controls at 16 and 22 days… (More)


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