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Oral dyskinesia in brain-damaged rats withdrawn from a neuroleptic: implication for models of tardive dyskinesia

Psychopharmacology

Jan 1, 1980

Robert B Glassman, H N Glassman

PMID: 6104844

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Rats with ablated frontal sensorimotor cortex and one with ablated sensorimotor connections to forebrain showed more vacuous chewing movements following 6-week chronic administration of a neuroleptic than did occipitally damaged rats or normal controls who were treated in the same way. ...read more

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  • Oral dyskinesia in brain-damaged rats withdrawn from a neuroleptic: implication for models of tardive dyskinesia

    Psychopharmacology

    Jan 1, 1980

    Robert B Glassman, H N Glassman

    PMID: 6104844

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    Abstract

    Rats with ablated frontal sensorimotor cortex and one with ablated sensorimotor connections to forebrain showed more vacuous chewing movements following 6-week chronic administration of a neuroleptic than did occipitally damaged rats or normal controls who were treated in the same way. ...read more

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