Sex-dependent effects of an early life treatment in rats that increases maternal care: vulnerability or resilience?

@inproceedings{Fuentes2014SexdependentEO,
  title={Sex-dependent effects of an early life treatment in rats that increases maternal care: vulnerability or resilience?},
  author={S{\'i}lvia Fuentes and N{\'u}ria Daviu and Humberto Gagliano and Pedro Garrido and D{\'o}ra Zelena and Nela Monasterio and Antonio Armario and Roser Nadal},
  booktitle={Front. Behav. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
Early life stress (ELS) in rodents has profound long-term effects that are partially mediated by changes in maternal care. ELS not only induces "detrimental" effects in adulthood, increasing psychopathology, but also promotes resilience to further stressors. In Long-Evans rats, we evaluated a combination of two procedures as a model of ELS: restriction of bedding during the first post-natal days and exposure to a "substitute" mother. The maternal care of biological and "substitute" mothers was… CONTINUE READING
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