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Synthetic Oxytocin and Vasopressin Act Within the Central Amygdala to Exacerbate Aggression in Female Wistar Rats

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Oliveira, Vinícius E. de M. ; de Jong, Trynke R. ; Neumann, Inga D.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 14 Jul 2022 05:47


Exacerbated aggression is a high-impact, but poorly understood core symptom of several psychiatric disorders, which can also affect women. Animal models have successfully been employed to unravel the neurobiology of aggression. However, despite increasing evidence for sex-specificity, little is known about aggression in females. Here, we studied the role of the oxytocin (OXT) and arginine ...


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