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Estrogen treatment effects on anticholinergic-induced cognitive dysfunction in normal postmenopausal women

Estrogen treatment effects on anticholinergic-induced cognitive dysfunction in normal postmenopausal women

Neuropsychopharmacology 31(9): 2065-2078

Estrogen has been shown to interact with the cholinergic system and influence cognition in animal models. This study investigated the interaction of estrogen and cholinergic system functioning and the effects of this interaction on cognitive task performance in healthy older women.

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PMID: 16482084

DOI: 10.1038/sj.npp.1301042

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