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Sustained corticosterone rise in the prefrontal cortex is a key factor for chronic stress-induced working memory deficits in mice

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Gaelle Dominguez
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Nadia Henkous
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Thomas Prevot
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Jean-Louis Guillou
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Catherine Belzung
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Nicole Mons
Daniel Béracochéa
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Gaelle Dominguez, Nadia Henkous, Thomas Prevot, Vincent David, Jean-Louis Guillou, et al.. Sustained corticosterone rise in the prefrontal cortex is a key factor for chronic stress-induced working memory deficits in mice. Neurobiology of Stress, 2019, 10, pp.100161. ⟨10.1016/j.ynstr.2019.100161⟩. ⟨hal-03087310⟩

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