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Behavioral and neurochemical repercussions of hippocampal network activity blockade during the neonatal period.

Journal article
Authors Henrik Ponten
Kirsten Sönniksen
Therése Abrahamsson
Nicholas Waters
Bengt Gustafsson
Eric Hanse
Laurent Groc
Published in Brain research. Developmental brain research
Volume 155
Issue 1
Pages 81-6
ISSN 0165-3806
Publication year 2005
Published at Institute of Physiology and Pharmacology, Dept of Pharmacology
Institute of Physiology and Pharmacology, Dept of Physiology
Pages 81-6
Language en
Keywords Animals, Animals, Newborn, Behavior, Animal, drug effects, physiology, Body Weight, drug effects, physiology, Disease Models, Animal, Dopamine, metabolism, Female, Hippocampus, growth & development, metabolism, physiopathology, Male, Motor Activity, drug effects, physiology, Nerve Degeneration, chemically induced, metabolism, physiopathology, Nerve Net, growth & development, metabolism, physiopathology, Norepinephrine, metabolism, Organ Size, drug effects, physiology, Rats, Rats, Wistar, Schizophrenia, etiology, Serotonin, metabolism, Sexual Maturation, physiology, Synaptic Transmission, drug effects, Tetanus Toxin, pharmacology, gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, metabolism
Subject categories Medical and Health Sciences


Early destruction of the ventral hippocampus from postnatal day 7 (P7) has been shown to induce behavioral alterations in post-pubertal rats, similar to those observed in models for schizophrenia. Using a single injection of tetanus toxin into the ventral hippocampus at P1, we tested the consequences of an early neonatal activity deprivation (

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