Chronic Mild Stress (CMS) in Mice: Of Anhedonia, ‘Anomalous Anxiolysis’ and Activity

@article{Schweizer2009ChronicMS,
  title={Chronic Mild Stress (CMS) in Mice: Of Anhedonia, ‘Anomalous Anxiolysis’ and Activity},
  author={Martin C. Schweizer and Markus S. H. Henniger and Inge Sillaber},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={837 - 841}
}
BACKGROUND In a substantial proportion of depressed patients, stressful life events play a role in triggering the evolution of the illness. Exposure to stress has effects on different levels in laboratory animals as well and for the rat it has been shown that chronic mild stress (CMS) can cause antidepressant-reversible depressive-like effects. The adoption of the model to the mouse seems to be problematic, depending on the strain used and behavioural endpoint defined. Our aim was to evaluate… CONTINUE READING

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