Behavioural Genomics
The molecular neurobiology of stress – evidence from genetic and epigenetic models
Serotonin 1A receptors in mood disorders: a combined genetic and genomic approach
The 5-HT 1A receptor knockout mouse and anxiety
The genetic basis of the pharmacological effects of anxiolytics: a review based on rodent models
Is this mouse anxious? The difficulties of interpreting the effects of genetic action. Commentary on Belzung ‘The genetic basis of the pharmacological effects of anxiolytics’ and Olivier et al. ‘The 5-HT 1A receptor knockout mouse and anxiety’
Dissecting GABAergic and serotonergic involvement in anxiety. Commentary on Belzung ‘The genetic basis of the pharmacological effects of anxiolytics’ and Olivier et al. ‘The 5-HT 1A receptor knockout mouse and anxiety’
Anxious genes, emerging themes. Commentary on Belzung ‘The genetic basis of the pharmacological effects of anxiolytics’ and Olivier et al. ‘The 5-HT 1A receptor knockout mouse and anxiety’
Motor deficits in fibroblast growth factor receptor-3 null mutant mice
DRL performance in mice with deletion of tPA, uPA or PAI-1 genes
Comparison of the phenotype of NK1R−/− mice with pharmacological blockade of the substance P (NK 1 ) receptor in assays for antidepressant and anxiolytic drugs
Acoustic startle, conditioned startle potentiation and the effects of 8-OH-DPAT and buspirone in rats selectively bred for differences in 8-OH-DPAT-induced hypothermia
Dopamine characteristics in rat genotypes with distinct susceptibility to epileptic activity: apomorphine-induced stereotyped gnawing and novelty/amphetamine-induced locomotor stimulation
Equal sensitivity to cocaine reward in addiction-prone and addiction-resistant rat genotypes
Effects of acamprosate on sensitization to the locomotor-stimulant effects of alcohol in mice selectively bred for high and low alcohol preference
LAD rats learn a three-key drug discrimination more rapidly and achieve a higher level of performance than HAD rats
Amphetamine-induced locomotor activation in 5-HT 1B knockout mice: effects of injection route on acute and sensitized responses
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