Review paper

Neurobiology and consequences of social isolation stress in animal model—A comprehensive review

Volume: 105, Pages: 1205 - 1222
Published: Sep 1, 2018
Abstract
The brain is a vital organ, susceptible to alterations under genetic influences and environmental experiences. Social isolation (SI) acts as a stressor which results in alterations in reactivity to stress, social behavior, function of neurochemical and neuroendocrine system, physiological, anatomical and behavioral changes in both animal and humans. During early stages of life, acute or chronic SIS has been proposed to show signs and symptoms of...
Paper Details
Title
Neurobiology and consequences of social isolation stress in animal model—A comprehensive review
Published Date
Sep 1, 2018
Volume
105
Pages
1205 - 1222
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