Stress-induced differences in the limbic system Fos expression are more pronounced in rats differing in responsiveness to novelty than social position

Irena Majkutewicz , Dorota Myślińska , Grażyna Jerzemowska , Karolina Plucińska , Magdalena Listowska , Beata Grembecka , Magdalena Podlacha , Danuta Lewandowska

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Author Irena Majkutewicz (FB / DAHP)
Irena Majkutewicz,,
- Department of Animal and Human Physiology
, Dorota Myślińska (FB / DAHP)
Dorota Myślińska,,
- Department of Animal and Human Physiology
, Grażyna Jerzemowska (FB / DAHP)
Grażyna Jerzemowska,,
- Department of Animal and Human Physiology
, Karolina Plucińska (FB / DAHP)
Karolina Plucińska,,
- Department of Animal and Human Physiology
, Magdalena Listowska (FB / DAHP)
Magdalena Listowska,,
- Department of Animal and Human Physiology
, Beata Grembecka (FB / DAHP)
Beata Grembecka,,
- Department of Animal and Human Physiology
, Magdalena Podlacha (FB / DAHP)
Magdalena Podlacha,,
- Department of Animal and Human Physiology
, Danuta Lewandowska (FB / DAHP)
Danuta Lewandowska,,
- Department of Animal and Human Physiology
Journal seriesBrain Research Bulletin, ISSN 0361-9230, (A 20 pkt)
Issue year2012
Vol89
No1-2
Pages31-40
Keywords in Englishnovelty, social interactions, laboratory stress, limbic system, Fos, rat
ASJC Classification2800 General Neuroscience
DOIDOI:10.1016/j.brainresbull.2012.06.011
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.brainresbull.2012.06.011
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)20
Publication indicators WoS Citations = 5; Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2014 = 0.966; WoS Impact Factor: 2012 = 2.935 (2) - 2012=2.739 (5)
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