Specific features in the behavior of rats with different genetic stability to stress

@article{Petrov2006SpecificFI,
  title={Specific features in the behavior of rats with different genetic stability to stress},
  author={Vladimir I. Petrov and I. A. Grigori'ev and Victor S Sergeev and D. V. Zaretskii},
  journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={125},
  pages={370-373}
}
The effects of acute and chronic immobilization stress on the behavior of NISAG and outbred rats with different resistance to stress were evaluated. In the acute stress model, NISAG rats did not differ from stress-resistant outbred rats in the majority of the studied parameters. Chronic stress exhausted adaptive potential of NISAG rats, and their behavior… CONTINUE READING