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Title: Effects of mild and repeated neonatal stress on body and brain development in mice
Authors: GALLO, CHIARA
Tutor: RENZI, PAOLO
Keywords: CD-1mice
neonatal handling
programming
gender
HPA axis
AS-POMC
HSD11-B-1
HSD11-B-2
animal stress model
Issue Date: 17-Dec-2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10805/1803
Research interests: Behavioral and metabolic alterations in a stress model of neonatal handled CD-1 mice. Gender differences on long-term effects of neonatal, stressful handling in mice.
Personal skills keywords: Animal(mice)model of neonatal stress.Behavioral Tests.Gender Differences.
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