Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 110, Issue 6, pp 1674–1677 | Cite as

Role of the peripheral adrenergic component in effect of antidepressant on experimental behavioral depression in cats

  • E. B. Khaisman
  • V. V. Kushnarev

Key Words

depression adrenergic innervation antidepressants befol nialamide 


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  • E. B. Khaisman
  • V. V. Kushnarev

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