Year: 2015 Source: The Journal of Neuroscience.(2005).25(47):11045-11054. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3652-05.2005 SIEC No: 20150019

Stress responses in the adult rat are programmed early in life by maternal care and associated with epigenomic marking. These results demonstrate that, despite the inherent stability of the epigenomic marks established early in life through behavioral programming, they are potentially reversible in the adult brain.

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