Heparin Modulates the Main Properties of the Central Nervous System in Experimental Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A New Concept of the Mechanisms of Pathogenesis and Treatment
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Elevated plus-maze test was used to reveal the role of excitation and inhibition mechanisms in the CNS in the organization of the behavior of male Wistar rats under normal conditions and during modeling experimental post-traumatic stress disorder (with or without administration of low doses of high-molecular-weight heparin). The data about insufficiency in the system of excitation mechanisms and pronounced excess in the system of inhibition mechanisms in post-traumatic stress disorder are prioritized. Heparin seems to be a promising and effective preparation to cope with extreme psychotraumatic abnormalities in CNS.
Key Wordspost-traumatic stress disorder elevated plus-maze behavior heparin rat
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