Chronic stress produces enduring sex- and region-specific alterations in novel stress-induced c-Fos expression

@inproceedings{Moench2019ChronicSP,
  title={Chronic stress produces enduring sex- and region-specific alterations in novel stress-induced c-Fos expression},
  author={Kelly M Moench and Michaela R. Breach and Cara L Wellman},
  booktitle={Neurobiology of Stress},
  year={2019}
}
Prolonged or repeated exposure to stress increases risk for a variety of psychological disorders, many of which are marked by dysfunction of corticolimbic brain regions. Notably, women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with these disorders, especially when onset of symptoms follows stressful life events. Using rodent models, investigators have recently begun to elucidate sex-specific changes in the brain and behavior that occur immediately following chronic stress. However, little is… CONTINUE READING
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