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A critical inquiry into marble-burying as a preclinical screening paradigm of relevance for anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder: mapping the way forward
Rodent marble-burying behavior in the marble-burying test (MBT) is employed as a model or measure to study anxiety- and compulsive-like behaviors or anxiolytic and anticompulsive drug action. However, the test responds ...
Abnormal repetitive behaviors in zebrafish and their relevance to human brain disorders
Abnormal repetitive behaviors (ARBs) are a prominent symptom of numerous human brain disorders and are commonly seen in rodent models as well. While rodent studies of ARBs continue to dominate the field, mounting evidence ...
Animal models of major depressive disorder and the implications for drug discovery and development
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
Introduction: Depression is a highly debilitating psychiatric disorder that affects the global population and causes severe disabilities and suicide. Depression pathogenesis remains poorly understood, and the disorder is ...
Translational medicine strategies in PTSD drug development
Once considered a normal response to an abnormal traumatic event, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been reconceptualized in terms of unusual persistence of fear-conditioned responses. Selective serotonin reuptake ...