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Resistance to antidepressant drugs: the case for a more predisposition-based and less hippocampocentric research paradigm

Willner, Paul; Scheel-Krüger, Jørgen; Belzung, Catherine

Behavioural pharmacology -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins -- Volume: 25 5 and 6; (pages 352-371) -- 2014

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Increased GABAA receptor binding in amygdala after prenatal administration of valproic acid to rats

Bertelsen, Freja et al.

Acta neuropsychiatrica. Volume 29:Issue 5 (2017); pp 309-314 -- Cambridge University Press

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Acute in vivo effect of valproic acid on the GABAergic system in rat brain: A [11C]Ro15-4513 microPET study

Bertelsen, Freja et al.

Brain research. Volume 1680: (2018, February 1st); pp 110-114 -- Elsevier Science

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Suppressed play behaviour and decreased oxytocin receptor binding in the amygdala after prenatal exposure to low-dose valproic acid

Bertelsen, Freja et al.

Behavioural pharmacology -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins -- Volume: 28 6; (pages 450-457) -- 2017

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Corrigendum to "Long-term valproic acid exposure increases the number of neocortical neurons in the developing rat brain" [Neurosci. Lett. 580 (2014) 12–16]: A possible new animal model of autism

Sabers, Anne et al.

Neuroscience letters. Volume 588 (2015); pp 203-207 -- Elsevier Science Ireland Ltd

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Suppressed play behaviour and decreased oxytocin receptor binding in the amygdala after prenatal exposure to low-dose valproic acid

Bertelsen, Freja et al.

Behavioural pharmacology. Volume 28:Issue 6 (2017) -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Hyperactivity and lack of social discrimination in the adolescent Fmr1 knockout mouse

Sørensen, Emilie M. et al.

Behavioural pharmacology. Volume 26:Issue 8 (2015) -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Hyperactivity and lack of social discrimination in the adolescent Fmr1 knockout mouse

Sørensen, Emilie M. et al.

Behavioural pharmacology. Volume 26:Issue 8 (2015) -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Hyperactivity and lack of social discrimination in the adolescent Fmr1 knockout mouse

Sørensen, Emilie M. et al.

Behavioural pharmacology -- Lippincott Williams & Wilkins -- Volume: 26 8 - Special Issue Pharmacological Approaches To The Study Of Social Behaviour - Part 3: Drug Effects On Social Behaviour; (pages 733-Special Issue Pharmacological Approaches To The Study Of Social Behaviour % Part 3: Drug Effects On Social Behaviour|CHRONI=2015|DATE=201512|PAGES=733%740) -- 2015

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The Mesolimbic dopamine system : from motivation to action / edited by Paul Willner & Jørgen Scheel-Krüger.
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The Mesolimbic dopamine system : from motivation to action / edited by Paul Willner & Jørgen Scheel-Krüger.

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