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Long-term impact of early-life stress on hippocampal plasticity : spotlight on astrocytes
Adverse experiences during childhood are among the most prominent risk factors for developing mood and anxiety disorders later in life. Early-life stress interventions have been established as suitable models to study the neurobiological basis of childhood adversity in rodents. Di erent models such as maternal separation, impaired maternal care and juvenile stress during the postweaning/prepubertal life phase are utilized. Especially within the limbic system, they induce lasting alterations indoi:10.25673/36440 fatcat:qbfrejw7bnbllduz5v5tiif7zq