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Neonatal endotoxin exposure modifies the acoustic startle response and circulating levels of corticosterone in the adult rat but only following acute stress 67 63 0
Voluntary exercise does not affect stress-induced tachycardia, but improves resistance to cardiac arrhythmias in rats 123 116 0
Strain differences in coping behaviour, novelty seeking behaviour, and susceptibility to socially conditioned fear: a comparison between Wistar and Sprague Dawley rats 57 53 0
Individual differences predict susceptibility to conditioned fear arising from psychosocial trauma 43 39 0
Chronic stress alters the density and morphology of microglia in a subset of stress-responsive brain regions 96 91 1
Neonatal bacterial endotoxin challenge interacts with stress in the adult male rat to modify KLH specific antibody production but not KLH stimulated ex vivo cytokine release 95 85 0
Individual differences in glucose homeostasis: do our early life interactions with bacteria matter? 75 65 0
Early life host-bacteria relations and development: long-term individual differences in neuroimmune function following neonatal endotoxin challenge 55 53 0
Respiratory pattern in awake rats: effects of motor activity and of alerting stimuli 55 49 0
The effect of social defeat on tyrosine hydroxylase phosphorylation in the rat brain and adrenal gland 138 121 0
A profile of the immediate endocrine, metabolic and behavioural responses following a dual exposure to endotoxin in early life 79 74 0
Neonatal endotoxin exposure influences HPA responsivity and impairs tumour immunity in Fischer 344 rats in adulthood 47 43 0
Metyrapone and fluoxetine suppress enduring behavioral but not cardiac effects of subchronic stress in rats 52 47 0
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