Experiencing neonatal maternal separation increased the seizure threshold in adult male mice: Involvement of the opioid system.

@article{Aminikhoei2015ExperiencingNM,
  title={Experiencing neonatal maternal separation increased the seizure threshold in adult male mice: Involvement of the opioid system.},
  author={Hossein Amini-khoei and Shayan Amiri and Armin Shirzadian and Arya Haj-Mirzaian and Sakineh Alijanpour and Maryam Rahimi-Balaei and Ali Mohammadi-Asl and Mahsa Hassanipour and Shahram Ejtemaie Mehr and Ahmad R Dehpour},
  journal={Epilepsy & behavior : E&B},
  year={2015},
  volume={52 Pt A},
  pages={37-41}
}
Experiencing early-life stress has been considered as a potent risk factor for the development of many of brain disorders, including seizures. Intervening mechanisms through which neonatal maternal separation (MS) alters the seizure susceptibility in adulthood have not been well studied. In the current study, by applying 180 min of MS stress (PND 2-14), we… CONTINUE READING