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EPMEnterprise Project Management
EPMESD (Earth Surface Dynamics) Program Management
EPMEducational and Psychological Measurement (journal)
EPMEmerson Process Management (various locations)
EPMEmpresas Públicas de Medellín (Spanish, Colombia)
EPMExperience and Performance Manager (software)
EPMEquine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis
EPMEnhanced Phase Maintenance (US Navy)
EPMEthylene Propylene Rubber
EPMEnterprise Performance Management
EPMExtended Pixel Memory
EPMEnhanced Provisioning Module
EPMExtended Program Model
EPMEnhanced Power Management
EPMEnterprise Printer Manager
EPMEncrypted Portable Media
EPMEnhanced Editor for Presentation Manager
EPMEnvironmental Planning and Management
EPMExecutive Project Management (various organizations)
EPMEnd Point Mapper (computing)
EPMElectronic Postmark (USPS)
EPMEthanol Producer Magazine (BBI International)
EPMElevated Plus Maze
EPMÉcole Polytechnique de Montréal (French)
EPMEnterprise Process Management
EPMEstes Park Medical (Estes Park, CO)
EPMEarly Product Management (various companies)
EPMÉtablissements Pénitentiaires pour Mineurs (French: Juvenile Correctional Institutions)
EPMEnterprise Performance Management Suite
EPMEvent Project Manager (various organizations)
EPMEspace Public Multimédia (French: Public Area Multimedia)
EPMEuro Passion Models (French model train company)
EPMEnterprise Project Manager
EPMEfficient Portfolio Management (EU directive concept on the use of derivatives for investment purposes)
EPMEuropean Physiology Module (European Space Agency)
EPMEuropean Pensions Management (UK)
EPMEspace Plongée Martinique (French diving club)
EPMEntreprise Provençale de Menuiserie (French carpentry company)
EPMElectronic Protective Measures (ECCM)
EPMEmergency Preparedness Manager (various locations)
EPMEmergency Protective Measures (US FEMA)
EPMElectron Probe Microanalysis
EPMEnlisted Personnel Management
EPMEpilepsy with Progressive Myoclonus (neurology)
EPMECB Payment Mechanism (European Central Bank)
EPMEmpirical Pseudopotential Method
EPMEuro Presta Maintenance (French door and fencing company)
EPMEndpoint Policy Management (iPass)
EPMEritrean People's Movement (Eritrea)
EPMEnterprise Portal Management
EPMEscola Portuguesa de Macau (Macao, China)
EPMExchange Permission Manager (software)
EPMExecutive Policy Manual
EPMEntreprise Plomberie Manzanares (French plumbing company)
EPMEspace Plaine Montagne (French: Plain Mountain Area)
EPMExtreme Power Metal (song)
EPMEnergy and Power Management
EPMElectronic and Photonic Materials
EPMEmergency Propulsion Motor
EPMExternal Power Module
EPMEquivalent Parts per Million
EPMExploring the Pastoral Ministry (Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
EPMEastern Penn Mushroomers (Lancaster, Pennsylvania)
EPMEnter Parameter Mode
EPMEarth Pointing Mode
EPMElectric Propulsion Motor
EPMEstes Park Museum (Colorado)
EPMEqual-Probability Measurement
EPMEmployeurs de Personnel de Maison (French: Employers of Domestic Staff)
EPMElectro Print Marking
EPMEditorial Production Manager
EPMExhaust Pressure Modulator
EPMEigenvector Projection Method
EPMExternal Power Monitor
EPMEquipment Performance Measurement
EPMEnterprise Procurement Manager
EPMEngineering Procedure Management
EPMEducational Products Manager
EPMEndowment and Pension Mortgage
EPMElite Precision Machinery Co. Ltd. (Hong Kong)
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Rats were subjected to forced swim test (FST), open field test (OFT) and elevated plus maze (EPM) test on 7th, 14th and 21st day of treatment to assess the depressogenic and anxiogenic behaviors.
Swiss albino mice weighing 20-40 g was treated with OS extract, diazepam, and gum acacia 30 min before being placed individually in the center of the elevated plus maze, facing a closed arm.
In the present study, we have explored the effect of cinnamaldehyde in diabetes-induced behavioral deficits using open field, elevated plus maze, passive avoidance paradigms and morris water maze.
The elevated plus maze is a test used to screen the anxiolytic and anxiogenic effects of pharmacological agents.
In elevated plus maze (EPM) anxiogenic behavior was observed in Tg 2576 mice, but anxiolytic behavior was noted in other types of transgenic mice (mutant PS1 and PS2 genes) and still in transgenic mice overexpressing APP, anxiety status was not changed [25-27].
Animals from each experimental group were performed open field (OF) test and elevated plus maze (EPM) test (Figure 1).
Also, the aforementioned models could be tested in some anxiety-related tests, which, as I mentioned before, are relevant comorbidities in schizophrenia, such as the elevated plus maze that is a well-known behavioral test for studying the anxiety state.
Exploratory behaviours in novel environments is the basis for many psychopharmacological tests of anxiety, including the elevated plus maze.
Indeed, rats given prolonged access to running wheels spend less time in the open arm of the elevated plus maze or in the center of an open field (BURGHARDT et al.
Use of the elevated plus maze in the search for novel anxiolytic agents.