The zebrafish tail immobilization (ZTI) test as a new tool to assess stress-related behavior and a potential screen for drugs affecting despair-like states

K.A. Demin*, A.M. Lakstygal, M.V. Chernysh, N.A. Krotova, A.S. Taranov, N.P. Ilyin, M.V. Seredinskaya, N. Tagawa, A.K. Savva, M.S. Mor, M.L. Vasyutina, E.V. Efimova, T.O. Kolesnikova, R.R. Gainetdinov, T. Strekalova, T.G. Amstislavskaya, M.S. de Abreu, A.V. Kalueff*

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11 Citations (Web of Science)
Original languageEnglish
Article number108637
Number of pages14
JournalJournal of Neuroscience Methods
Volume337
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2020

Keywords

  • acute restraint stress
  • adult zebrafish
  • animal-models
  • anxiety-like behavior
  • assessing antidepressant activity
  • behavioral despair
  • chronic mild stress
  • depression
  • depression-like behavior
  • drug screening
  • forced swim test
  • immobilization
  • methyl-d-aspartate
  • suspension test
  • zebrafish
  • Immobilization
  • CHRONIC MILD STRESS
  • FORCED SWIM TEST
  • Drug screening
  • ANXIETY-LIKE BEHAVIOR
  • ANIMAL-MODELS
  • ACUTE RESTRAINT STRESS
  • ASSESSING ANTIDEPRESSANT ACTIVITY
  • Zebrafish
  • Depression
  • ADULT ZEBRAFISH
  • Behavioral despair
  • SUSPENSION TEST
  • DEPRESSION-LIKE BEHAVIOR
  • METHYL-D-ASPARTATE

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