PMID: 43631Nov 1, 1979

Conditioned reflex, electrographic and mediator-humoral changes during intermittent hypokinesia of different duration in rats

Zhurnal vyssheĭ nervnoĭ deiatelnosti imeni I P Pavlova
M G AĭrapetiantsN M Khonicheva

Abstract

Intermittent hypokinetic stress in rats, lasting from 1 to 6 weeks was attended by a complex of shifts of behavioural, conditioned, bio-electrical and mediator-humoral parameters. They considered as an evidence of the changes occuring in the tonic level of emotional state. Different phases of emotional state follow one another with the progress of hypokinesia. Acute emotional stress is observed, as well as the development of a compensatory systemic reaction and initial symptoms of the exhaustion of adaptational systems.

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