Food-deprived rats injected with B-HT 920, an azepine agonist of dopamine D2 receptors, were observed for thier feeding behaviour using a novel a novel experimental model, X-maze test. Our sydy shows that the new procedure, though rapid, provides an indication of the emotional state and feeding of animals, and that B-HT 920 increses feeding behaviour in rats, it is very similar to elicited by diazepam.

A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF B-HT 920 AND DIAZEPAM IN THE X-MAZE FEEDING TEST / Giuliani, Daniela; F., Pelloni; Tartoni, Pier Luigi; Ferrari, Francesca. - In: PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH. - ISSN 1043-6618. - STAMPA. - 25(1992), pp. 49-50.

A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF B-HT 920 AND DIAZEPAM IN THE X-MAZE FEEDING TEST

GIULIANI, Daniela;TARTONI, Pier Luigi;FERRARI, Francesca
1992

Abstract

Food-deprived rats injected with B-HT 920, an azepine agonist of dopamine D2 receptors, were observed for thier feeding behaviour using a novel a novel experimental model, X-maze test. Our sydy shows that the new procedure, though rapid, provides an indication of the emotional state and feeding of animals, and that B-HT 920 increses feeding behaviour in rats, it is very similar to elicited by diazepam.
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A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF B-HT 920 AND DIAZEPAM IN THE X-MAZE FEEDING TEST / Giuliani, Daniela; F., Pelloni; Tartoni, Pier Luigi; Ferrari, Francesca. - In: PHARMACOLOGICAL RESEARCH. - ISSN 1043-6618. - STAMPA. - 25(1992), pp. 49-50.
Giuliani, Daniela; F., Pelloni; Tartoni, Pier Luigi; Ferrari, Francesca
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