Neonatal maternal separation in male rats increases intestinal permeability and affects behavior after chronic social stress

@article{Oines2012NeonatalMS,
  title={Neonatal maternal separation in male rats increases intestinal permeability and affects behavior after chronic social stress},
  author={E Oines and Robert Murison and Jelena Mrdalj and Janne Gr{\o}nli and Anne Marita Milde},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={2012},
  volume={105},
  pages={1058-1066}
}
Prolonged maternal separation in rats has several effects on health and behavior. Here we investigated how maternal separation might interact with social stress in adulthood on behavior and gastrointenstinal permeability. The effects of either daily 180 min long term pup-dam separation (LMS) during the stress hyporesponsive period or daily 10 min brief maternal separation (BMS) on behavior, corticosterone and intestinal permeability were investigated, compared to a non-handling (NH) condition… CONTINUE READING
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