Basal and stress-induced differences in HPA axis, 5-HT responsiveness, and hippocampal cell proliferation in two mouse lines.

@article{Veenema2004BasalAS,
  title={Basal and stress-induced differences in HPA axis, 5-HT responsiveness, and hippocampal cell proliferation in two mouse lines.},
  author={Alexa H. Veenema and Jaap M. Koolhaas and Edo Ronald de Kloet},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={1018},
  pages={255-65}
}
To characterize individual differences in neuroendocrine and neurochemical correlates of stress coping, two lines of wild house mice were studied. These mice are genetically selected for high and low aggression and show distinctly different behavioral strategies toward environmental stimuli. Long attack latency (LAL), low aggressive mice display a passive coping style, whereas short attack latency (SAL), high aggressive mice show an active coping style. It was hypothesized that this difference… CONTINUE READING
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