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Social environmental conditions, particularly the experience of social adversity, have long been connected with health and mortality in humans and other social mammals. Efforts to identify the physiological basis for these effects have historically focused on their neurological, endocrinological, and immunological consequences. Recently, this search has been extended to understanding the role of gene regulation in sensing, mediating, and determining susceptibility to social environmentaldoi:10.1007/s00018-013-1357-6 pmid:23685902 pmcid:PMC3809334 fatcat:j4mrmjkxhbceflftjchod5fzua