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Animal Models in Biological Psychiatry
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Editors: Allan V. Kalueff
Book Description:
In this book experts from academia introduce the reader to some of the recent new developments in the field of experimental modelling of various brain disorders. Covering data from neuroethology to neurogenetics and psychopharmacology, this book collects a number of outstanding state-of-the-art papers on the topic, collected by the Russian Society for BioPsychiatry. They will give us a brief but sound resume of the reasons why it is so important to study biological markers of brain pathology, and in so doing, discuss the various challenges and available opportunities.

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Preface

Neuroethology

Chapter 1. Overview: Neuroethological models of anxiety and depression; pp. 1-26
(Allan V. Kalueff)

Chapter 2. Protocol: ethological analysis of grooming for stress-oriented research in mice; pp. 27-42
(Allan V. Kalueff and Pentti Tuohimaa)

Chapter 3. Grooming analysis algorithm for neurobehavioural stress research in rats; pp. 43-57
(Allan V. Kalueff and Pentti Tuohimaa)

Chapter 4. The genetic cataleptic (GC) rat strain as a model of depresive disorders; pp. 59-73
(Alexander V. Kulikov, Victor G. Kolpakov and Nina K. Popova)

Chapter 5. Experimental studies of hereditary predisposition to the development of depression; pp. 75-95
(Natalia N.Kudryavtseva, Damira F. Avgustinovich, Irina V. Bakshtanovskaya, Luymila A. Koryakina, Olga V. Alekseyenko, Tatiana V. Lipina and Tatiana P. Bonda)

Chapter 6. Neurosteroid Vitamin D and anxiety: insights from mutant mice; pp. 97-117
(Allan V. Kalueff and Petti Tuohimaa)

Chapter 7. Genetic ablation of Vitamin D receptor gene affects grooming activity and sequencing in mice; pp. 119-135
(Allan V. Kalueff and Petti Tuohimaa)

Chapter 8. Antibodies to S-100 protein in anxiety-depressive disorders in experimental and clinical conditions; pp. 137-152
(Tatiana A. Varonina, SvetlanaA. Sergeeva, Andrey V. Martyushev-Poklad, Julia L. Dugina and Oleg I. Epstein)

Chapter 9. Experimental models in epilepsy research: intranasal human Interleukin-6 Increases the severity of seizures in rats; pp. 153-163
(Allan V. Kalueff)

Chapter 10. On the problem of memory-anxiety interaction: anxiolytic effects of memory-impoving dipeptide GVS-111; pp. 165-182
(Rita U. Ostrovskaya, Sergey B. Seredenin, Tatiana A. Varonina, Gennadiy M. Molodavkin and Tatiana A. Gudasheva)

Chapter 11. Mouse grooming microstructure is a reliable behavioural index in anxiety psychopharmacology: GABAergic drugs; pp. 183-196
(Allan V. Kalueff and Pentti Tuohimaa)

Chapter 12. Neurotransplanation approaches in biological psychiatry; pp. 197-211
(Irina V. Ermakova, Elena V. Loseva and Maria A. Aleksandrova)

Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 1-59454-814-5
   Status: AV
  
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