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Table 1. Effect of Isoflurane on Fear Conditioning, Expressed as EC50s during Training

The differences between EC50s estimate ± standard error (minimum alveolar concentration fractions) show the effect of discontinuing, continuing, or increasing isoflurane concentration immediately after training, tone-shock versus  context-shock training, and three-trial versus  one-trial training. No significant differences between posttraining changes in isoflurane concentrations within any training procedure, at P = 0.05.

*P < 0.05, value greater than corresponding three-trial context-shock training.

P < 0.05, value greater than corresponding one-trial tone-shock training.

P < 0.05, value greater than corresponding one-trial context-shock training.

Table 1. Effect of Isoflurane on Fear Conditioning, Expressed as EC50s during Training
Table 1. Effect of Isoflurane on Fear Conditioning, Expressed as EC50s during Training
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