Drug study: Effects of diazepam on activity, motor coordination, and body temperature, in 15 inbred strains of mice
A investigation of the pharmacogenetic components and behavioral sensitivity to diazepam.
Animals were evaluated at baseline and following diazepam administration
(doses of 2, 4, 8, 16, and 20 mg/kg body weight i.p.)
in the following areas:
multi-system analysis of activity and motor function, coordination and balance, drug metabolism, and
baseline and intervention in various doses;
15 strains tested