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Gen Physiol Biophys. 1996 Apr;15(2):181-6.

Effect of long-term administration of stobadine to rats on selective variables of spontaneous behaviour of their offspring.

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Institute of Experimental Pharmacology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia.


The present study investigated the effect of long-term administration of the cardioprotective drug stobadine (STB) to dams on selective variables of spontaneous behaviour of their offspring in open field (horizontal and vertical activities, frequency and duration of grooming, and duration of total activity and immobility) tested on day 60 of age. The treatment of dams with STB significantly increased horizontal activity of offspring in both sexes. The other variables studied were not affected, with the exception of a significant increase in the frequency and duration of grooming and in the duration of total activity in females compared to males from STB treated dams.

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