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Comment on: “Dose-effect study of Gelsemium sempervirens in high dilutions on anxiety-related responses in mice” (Magnani P, Conforti A, Zanolin E, Marzotto M and Bellavite P, Psychopharmacology, 2010)

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Cervo, L., Torri, V. Comment on: “Dose-effect study of Gelsemium sempervirens in high dilutions on anxiety-related responses in mice” (Magnani P, Conforti A, Zanolin E, Marzotto M and Bellavite P, Psychopharmacology, 2010). Psychopharmacology 220, 439–440 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00213-011-2582-z

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  • Open Field Test
  • High Dilution
  • Spontaneous Locomotor Activity
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