The activation of mice's behavior and reduction of brain beta-adrenergic receptor binding following repeated administration of antidepressant drugs.

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In view of the fact that antidepressant drugs have almost no effect on a normal person's emotion and behavior, it seems necessary to examine their effects on animal behavior under abnormal, or stressful conditions. When mice were put into a water wheel apparatus, they tried to escape from the water by turning the wheel. This "wheel-turning behavior" was… (More)

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@article{Nomura1984TheAO, title={The activation of mice's behavior and reduction of brain beta-adrenergic receptor binding following repeated administration of antidepressant drugs.}, author={Seiji Nomura and Junzo Shimizu and N Ukei and Shun Sakaida and Toru Nakazawa}, journal={Yakubutsu, seishin, kodo = Japanese journal of psychopharmacology}, year={1984}, volume={4 3}, pages={237-41} }