Long-term behavioral and neuroendocrine alterations following chronic social stress in mice: implications for stress-related disorders.

@article{Sterlemann2008LongtermBA,
  title={Long-term behavioral and neuroendocrine alterations following chronic social stress in mice: implications for stress-related disorders.},
  author={Vera Sterlemann and Karin Ganea and Claudia Liebl and Daniela Harbich and Stephanie Alam and Florian Holsboer and Marianne B M{\"u}ller and Mathias V Schmidt},
  journal={Hormones and behavior},
  year={2008},
  volume={53 2},
  pages={386-94}
}
The period of adolescence is characterized by a high vulnerability to stress and trauma, which might result in long-lasting consequences and an increased risk to develop psychiatric disorders. Using a recently developed mouse model for chronic social stress during adolescence, we studied persistent neuroendocrine and behavioral effects of chronic social stress obtained 12 months after cessation of the stressor. As a reference, we investigated immediate effects of chronic stress exposure… CONTINUE READING
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