The Roman High- and Low-Avoidance rat strains differ in fear-potentiated startle and classical aversive conditioning

Regina López-Aumatell, Gloria Blázquez, Luis Gil, Raúl Aguilar, Toñi Cañete, Lydia Giménez-Llort, Adolf Tobeña, Albert Fernández-Teruel

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