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Cognitive dysfunction studied in animal models of schizophrenia
Cognitive dysfunction is considered a core deficit of schizophrenia, which currently lacks effective pharmacological treatment. In order to identify novel and more effective drug treatments, translational experimental ...
Cognition and social behaviour in schizophrenia: An animal model investigating the potential role of nitric oxide
Cognitive deficits are the single strongest predictor of functional outcome in patients with schizophrenia. Furthermore, these deficits are not satisfactorily alleviated by available antipsychotic treatment. Functional ...
The prefrontal cortex and information processing : nitric oxide signaling studied in an animal model of schizophrenia
The prefrontal cortex has been extensively linked to several cognitive domains that are severely compromised in schizophrenia. It has therefore become a key region for studies on the disabling cognitive dysfunction commonly ...