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Corpus callosum: effects of neonatal hormones on sexual dimorphism in the rat
The rat's corpus callosum is sexually dimorphic, with the male's being larger. In addition, giving rats extra stimulation in infancy via handling increases callosal area in males, but not in females.Expand
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Corpus callosum: Demasculinization via perinatal anti-androgen
The male rat's corpus callosum is significantly larger than the female's. This dimorphism depends in part on the early presence of testosterone, since postnatal administration of testosterone toExpand
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Behavior, Cortical Ectopias, and Autoimmunity in BXSB-Yaa and BXSB-Yaa+ Mice
The BXSB-Yaa recombinant inbred strain was created by crossing a male SB/Le with a female C57BL/6J. A Y chromosome factor derived from the SB/Le male, known as the autoimmune accelerator (Yaa), leadsExpand
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Prenatal oxycodone exposure impairs spatial learning and/or memory in rats
Recent changes in demographic patterns of drug use have resulted in the increased non-medical use of prescription opiates. These users are younger and more likely to be female, which has theExpand
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Chronic oxycodone induces axonal degeneration in rat brain
BackgroundChronic opioid therapy for non-malignant pain conditions has significantly increased over the last 15 years. Recently, the correlation between opioid analgesics and alternations in brainExpand
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Effect of training and environment on brain morphology and behavior
  • L. Schrott
  • Medicine
  • Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : ). Supplement
  • 1 July 1997
Using defined rearing or training paradigms, environmental stimulation has been found to increase brain weight (especially forebrain), cortical thickness, the number of glial cells, the glia toExpand
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Corpus callosum: ovarian hormones and feminization
The rat's corpus callosum is sexually dimorphic with the male's being larger. This difference appears to depend in part on the neonatal presence of testosterone in the male and ovarian hormones inExpand
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Corpus callosum: interactive effects of infantile handling and testosterone in the rat.
Previous research found that the corpus callosum of male rats is larger than that of females; handling rats in infancy enhances this sex difference; and female rat pups, when handled in infancy andExpand
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Acute Physiological Stress Promotes Clustering of Synaptic Markers and Alters Spine Morphology in the Hippocampus
GluA2-containing AMPA receptors and their association with protein kinase M zeta (PKMζ) and post-synaptic density-95 (PSD-95) are important for learning, memory and synaptic plasticity processes.Expand
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Expansive gene transfer in the rat CNS rapidly produces amyotrophic lateral sclerosis relevant sequelae when TDP-43 is overexpressed.
  • D. Wang, R. Dayton, +6 authors R. Klein
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Molecular therapy : the journal of the American…
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Improved spread of transduction in the central nervous system (CNS) was achieved from intravenous administration of adeno-associated virus serotype-9 (AAV9) to neonatal rats. Spinal lower motorExpand
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