Neonatal 6-hydroxydopa, but not DSP-4, elevates brainstem monoamines and impairs inhibitory avoidance learning in developing rats

Catherine A. Cornwell-Jones, Michael W. Decker, Julia W. Chang, Barry Cole, Kimberly M. Goltz, Thuy Tran, James L. McGaugh

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