volume 49, issue 2-3, P409-416 1988
DOI: 10.1016/0300-483x(88)90026-1
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Abstract: In the course of routinely performed subchronic toxicity studies with laboratory rodents, functional neurotoxicity, i.e. behavioral changes are usually noted first during the daily cage side observations of all animals. Observation and subsequent neurologic examination of a few key animals provide a primary tentative diagnosis. Additional automated testing might include: motor activity, startle response, hurdle stepping and maze behavior. Automated testing provides further refinement of the diagnosis and serve…

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