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Using Chronic Social Stress to Model Postpartum Depression in Lactating Rodents

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10.3791/50324-v

7:30 min

June 10th, 2013

June 10th, 2013

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1Biomedical Sciences, Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, 2School of Healthcare Sciences, Manchester Metropolitan University

This article describes the use of chronic resident intruder social stress as an ethologically relevant paradigm to model postpartum depression and anxiety in lactating rodents.

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