Behavioral, Anatomical, and Biochemical Aspects of Septal Hyperreactivity
Following septal lesions, rats develop a very characteristic hyperreactivity which appears as an exaggerated reaction to normally nonnoxious stimuli. We will report here the results of some recent experiments concerning the behavioral, anatomical, and biochemical aspects of this hyperreactivity.
KeywordsEntorhinal Cortex Septal Lesion Septal Nucleus Intraventricular Injection Reactivity Score
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