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Sub-chronic administration of St. John’s wort reverses anxiety- and depressive-like behaviors induced by two different protocols of chronic stress
La administración sub-crónica de hierba de San Juan revierte las conductas de ansiedad y depresión inducidas por dos protocolos distintos de estrés crónico
Introduction. St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum, HP) is one of the most used herbal medicines. Here we investigated the putative antidepressive- and anxiolytic-like effects of HP, by using a well-validated rat model ...
Age-dependent effects of environmental enrichment on spatial memory and neurochemistry
Although aging and environmental stimulation are well-known to affect cognitive abilities, the question of whether aging effects can be distinguished in already-mature adult rats has not been fully addressed. In the ...
Behavioural characterisation of chronic unpredictable stress based on ethologically relevant paradigms in rats
The chronic unpredictable stress (CUS) paradigm is extensively used in preclinical research. However, CUS exhibits translational inconsistencies, some of them resulting from the use of adult rodents, despite the evidence ...