Context-dependent differences in grooming behavior among the NIH heterogeneous stock and the Roman high- and low-avoidance rats.

C. Estanislau, S. Díaz-Morán, T. Cañete, G. Blázquez, A. Tobeña, A. Fernández-Teruel

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