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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : ES / early-life stress

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Long Form:   early-life stress
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2019 Dysfunctional mesocortical dopamine circuit at pre-adolescence is associated to aggressive behavior in MAO-A hypomorphic mice exposed to early life stress. AB, MAOA, PFC, VTA
2019 Increasing availability of omega-3 fatty acid in the early-life diet prevents the early-life stress-induced cognitive impairments without affecting metabolic alterations. LC-PUFA
2018 Early-Life Stress Does Not Aggravate Spatial Memory or the Process of Hippocampal Neurogenesis in Adult and Middle-Aged APP/PS1 Mice. AD, AHN, MWM, ORT, WT
2017 Early micronutrient supplementation protects against early stress-induced cognitive impairments. ---
2017 Early-life stress diminishes the increase in neurogenesis after exercise in adult female mice. AHN
2017 Early-life stress lastingly alters the neuroinflammatory response to amyloid pathology in an Alzheimer's disease mouse model. AD, IL, WT
2017 Exposure to chronic early-life stress lastingly alters the adipose tissue, the leptin system and changes the vulnerability to western-style diet later in life in mice. WAT, WSD
2017 Ghrelin and hypothalamic NPY/AgRP expression in mice are affected by chronic early-life stress exposure in a sex-specific manner. AgRP, NPY
2016 Cannabinoids reverse the effects of early stress on neurocognitive performance in adulthood. BLA, CB1R, GRs, PFC, WIN
10  2015 Chronic early life stress alters developmental and adult neurogenesis and impairs cognitive function in mice. DG
11  2012 Incentive effect on inhibitory control in adolescents with early-life stress: an antisaccade study. ---
12  2010 Early-life stress is associated with impairment in cognitive control in adolescence: an fMRI study. fMRI
13  2008 A novel mouse model for acute and long-lasting consequences of early life stress. ---