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Hippocampal Insulin Microinjection and In vivo Microdialysis During Spatial Memory Testing

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10.3791/4451-v

January 11th, 2013

January 11th, 2013

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1Behavioral Neuroscience, University at Albany

Modulation of hippocampally-dependent spatial working memory by direct intrahippocampal microinjection, accompanied and followed by in vivo microdialysis for metabolites in conscious, behaving animals.

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Hippocampal Insulin Microinjection

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