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Eхperimental models of kainic acid- and pilocarpine-induced epilepsy; Experimental model of chronic unpredictable stress-induced depression; Experimental model of bilateral olfactory bulbectomy – induced depression; Experimental model of pinealectomy-induced melatonin deficiency; Experimental models of streptozotocin-induced diabetes type I and high fat diet-induced diabetes type II; Experimental model of scopolamine-induced dementia; Experimental model of intracerebroventricular streptozotocin-induced Alzheimer’s disease; Experimental model of Parkinson's disease; EEG registration and analysis (AcqKnowledge software ACK100W (BIOPAC Inc., USA) Continuous video-registration with 2 IP cammeras, DVR (8-channel FullHD/25 к/с) and software for acquisition of behavior (S- 2016, AVTECH, Taivan, No AVC307R) Methods for inducing the acute restraint stress; Methods for studying the biochemical markers for the oxidative stress; Methods for studying the metabolic parameters in metabolic cages; Methods for studying the seizures susceptibility: chemically and electrically-induced seizures; kindling Methods for studying the motor activity and motor coordination: Open field; Rota rod Methods for studying the cognitive behavior and memory: Radial arm maze; T-maze alternation; Novel object recognition; Morris water maze for mice; Methods for studying the anxiety behavior: Elevated plus maze; Hole-board; Open field; light-dark test Methods for studying the depression-like behavior: Forced swimming test; Sucrose consumption test; Tail suspension test; splash test, novelty- suppression feeding test Methods for studying the nociception: paw pressure test, writhing test, formalin test; Smart video system (PanLab Harvars Apparatus, Holliston, USA); Stereotaxic implantation of cannulae into different brain structures (intracerebral microinjections) (Narishige Sci. Inst. Labs, Japan); Transcardial perfusion fixation; Dissection of discrete brain areas
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