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FIGURE 26–2. Effects of a selective CRH1 receptor antagonist on number of entries into open arms of elevated plus-maze.

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FIGURE 26–2. Effects of a selective CRH1 receptor antagonist on number of entries into open arms of elevated plus-maze.Mice selectively bred for high anxiety-like behavior (HAB) assessed on the elevated plus-maze show increased CRH expression in the PVN (not shown). When HAB mice are treated with a selective CRH1 receptor antagonist, their behavior normalizes and becomes indistinguishable from that of mice with normal anxiety-like behavior (NAB). Hatched bars indicate pretreatment with the CRH1 receptor antagonist DMP-696. CRH = corticotropin-releasing hormone; CRH1 = corticotropin-releasing hormone 1 receptor; CRH2 = corticotropin-releasing hormone 2 receptor; PVN = paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus.Source. M. Bunck (Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich), personal communication, August 2006.

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