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Dev Neurosci (2022) 44 (6): 532–546.
Published Online: 14 February 2023
...Wei He; Huimei Huang; Huiping Zhang; Hongli Sun Many investigations have indicated that prenatal stress (PS) causes depressive-like disturbances in offspring rats. However, the underlying pathogenic mechanisms have not yet been fully elucidated. The prefrontal cortex (PFC) has been shown to play...
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Dev Neurosci (2012) 34 (4): 299–309.
Published Online: 20 July 2012
... the cytoarchitecture of the SVZ and ependymal layer in age-, sex- and post mortem interval-matched controls, and patients diagnosed with schizophrenia, bipolar illness, and depression (n = 15 each). There is a paucity of post mortem brains available for study in these diseases, so to maximize the number of possible...
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Dev Neurosci (2012) 34 (1): 58–67.
Published Online: 08 May 2012
... increased behavioral response to cocaine. Low Novelty-Responding (bLR) rats show increased anxiety, depressive behavior and vulnerability to chronic stress. One way in which the bHR versus bLR behavioral phenotypes may differ is through epigenetic modification of DNA. DNA can be modified through processes...
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Dev Neurosci (2010) 32 (4): 278–287.
Published Online: 31 August 2010
... for integrating serotonergic and noradrenergic signals at the single-neuron level. Both 5-HT 4 -R and β 2 -AR have been implicated in autism spectrum disorders, depression, and Alzheimer’s disease. In the fetal brain, these receptors may mediate the effects of stress on neurodevelopmental processes. We used...
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Dev Neurosci (2005) 27 (5): 313–320.
Published Online: 05 September 2005
.... Anxiety and depressive-like behavior was measured in the offspring at an age of 6 months using the open field test, the home cage emergence test and the forced swim test. Prenatally stressed rats spent more time in the corners and less time along the walls of an open field, while no difference in total...