Prior stress and behaviorally conditioned histamine release.


Male guinea pigs were either handled ('stressed') or not disturbed ('non-stressed') for four weeks prior to conditioning with a classical discrimination conditioning design. Animals were sensitized to bovine serum albumin (BSA) and four weeks later presented with either an odor (the CS+) paired with BSA or a second odor (the CS-) paired with saline. These… (More)


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