Behavioral phenotypes of mice lacking cannabinoid CB1 receptors in different neuronal subpopulations

Ana Luisa Bernardes Terzian
Abnormalities in social behavior are found in almost all psychiatric disorders, such as anxiety, depression, autism and schizophrenia. Thus, comprehension of the neurobiological basis of social interaction is important to better understand numerous pathologies and improve treatments. Several evidences suggest that an alteration of cannabinoid CB1 receptor function could be involved in the pathophysiology of such disorders. However, the role of CB1 receptor is still unclear and its localization on different neuronal subpopulations may produce...
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