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Sexual Dimorphism in Monoamine Metabolism in BrdU-Treated Rats Showing Behavioral Dopamine Hypersensitivity: An Animal Model of Schizophrenia

By Katsumasa Muneoka and Makiko Kuwagata

Submitted: November 9th 2011Reviewed: December 2nd 2012Published: March 27th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/55348

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Katsumasa Muneoka and Makiko Kuwagata (March 27th 2013). Sexual Dimorphism in Monoamine Metabolism in BrdU-Treated Rats Showing Behavioral Dopamine Hypersensitivity: An Animal Model of Schizophrenia, Sexual Dimorphism Hiroshi Moriyama, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/55348. Available from:

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