ΔFosB/FosB expression in the ventromedial hypothalamus as an indicator of the rewarding aspects of olfactory/auditory cues of mating in sexually naïve female rats
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ΔFosB, FosB, Ventromedial Hypothalamus, Motivation, Reward, Sexually naive
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