Adolescent Alcohol Exposure Epigenetically Suppresses Amygdala Arc Enhancer RNA Expression to Confer Adult Anxiety Susceptibility

Volume: 85, Issue: 11, Pages: 904 - 914
Published: Jun 1, 2019
Abstract
Background Adolescent intermittent ethanol (AIE) exposure is an emerging risk factor for adult psychopathology, such as anxiety disorders. Enhancer RNAs (eRNAs) are short noncoding RNAs transcribed from enhancer regions that regulate synaptic plasticity–associated gene expression, including Arc, but their role in AIE-induced susceptibility to anxiety in adulthood is unknown. Methods Rats were exposed to AIE (ethanol exposure 2 days on/off) or...
Paper Details
Title
Adolescent Alcohol Exposure Epigenetically Suppresses Amygdala Arc Enhancer RNA Expression to Confer Adult Anxiety Susceptibility
Published Date
Jun 1, 2019
Volume
85
Issue
11
Pages
904 - 914
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