Timing of nicotine effects on learning in zebrafish

@article{Levin2005TimingON,
  title={Timing of nicotine effects on learning in zebrafish},
  author={Edward D. Levin and Joy Limpuangthip and Tara Rachakonda and Miram Peterson},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2005},
  volume={184},
  pages={547-552}
}
Nicotine has been shown in many, but not all, studies to improve cognitive function in a number of species including rats, mice, monkeys, and humans. Recently, we have found that nicotine also improves memory in zebrafish. Nicotinic agonists are being developed as novel treatments for Alzheimer's disease and other cognitive impairments. In screening the therapeutic potential of novel nicotinic agonists, it is important to have a rapid assay of cognitive improvement. Zebrafish can help with this… CONTINUE READING
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