Single housing during early adolescence causes time-, area- and peptide-specific alterations in endogenous opioids of rat brain

@inproceedings{Granholm2015SingleHD,
  title={Single housing during early adolescence causes time-, area- and peptide-specific alterations in endogenous opioids of rat brain},
  author={Linnea Granholm and Erika Roman and Ingrid Nylander},
  booktitle={British journal of pharmacology},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE A number of experimental procedures require single housing to assess individual behaviour and physiological responses to pharmacological treatments. The endogenous opioids are closely linked to social interaction, especially early in life, and disturbance in the social environment may affect opioid peptides and thereby confound experimental outcome. The aim of the present study was to examine time-dependent effects of single housing on opioid peptides in rats… CONTINUE READING
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