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Zh Vyssh Nerv Deiat Im I P Pavlova. 2000 Mar-Apr;50(2):281-6.

[The effect of "social stress" during rat pregnancy on the anxiety level of the progeny].

[Article in Russian]

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St.-Petersburg State University.

Abstract

Anxiety and locomotion were studied in offsprings of female rats subjected to everyday stress (one a day being displaced into another cage with pregnant rats) during the 3d stage of pregnancy. At the age of 1 month, the prenatally stressed rats had higher anxiety and lower locomotion in comparison with control animals. At the age of 3 month, the prenatally stressed females did not significantly differ from the control in the level of anxiety and locomotion, while the males demonstrated lower ambulation than the control animals.

PMID:
10822847
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