Further evidence of permanent behavioural changes in rats treated neonatally with neurodrugs.
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Jan 01, 1976
Pargyline or reserpine treatment of male rats during the first two weeks of life resulted in significantly increased exploratory activity (sniffing) associated with a significantly decreased emotional reactivity (defecation rate) in adult life. These findings suggest that nonphysiological concentrations and/or turnover rates of neurotransmitters during brain differentiation apparently produced by neurodrugs can lead to permanent behavioural changes.
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