Early deprivation leads to long-term reductions in motivation for reward and 5-HT1A binding and both effects are reversed by fluoxetine

Michail Leventopoulos, Holger Russig, Joram Feldon, Christopher R. Pryce, Jolanta Opacka Juffry

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Early life stress is a risk factor in aetiology of depression. In rats, early life tress can lead to prodepressive biomarkers in adulthood. The present study in male Wistar rats investigated the effects of early life deprivation and fluoxetine on motivati
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)692-701
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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