Behavioural despair test (Q4880745)

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The behavioural despair test is a test used to measure the effectiveness of antidepressants, centered on a rodent's response to the threat of drowning.
  • Porsolt forced swimming test
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Behavioural despair test
The behavioural despair test is a test used to measure the effectiveness of antidepressants, centered on a rodent's response to the threat of drowning.
  • Porsolt forced swimming test

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