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Scientific publications linked to the network


Some key parameters in contextual fear conditioning and extinction in adult rats. Navarro-Sánchez M, Gil-Miravet I, Montero-Caballero D, Castillo-Gómez E, Gundlach AL, Olucha-Bordonau FE.
Behav Brain Res. 2024 Mar 28;462:114874.

ER stress in mouse serotonin neurons triggers a depressive phenotype alleviated by ketamine targeting eIF2α signaling. Miquel-Rio L, Sarriés-Serrano U, Sancho-Alonso M, Florensa-Zanuy E, Paz V, Ruiz-Bronchal E, Manashirov S, Campa L, Pilar-Cuéllar F, Bortolozzi A. iScience. 2024 Apr 18;27(5):109787.

Modulation of contextual fear acquisition and extinction by acute and chronic relaxin-3 receptor (RXFP3) activation in the rat retrosplenial cortex. Navarro-Sánchez M, Gil-Miravet I, Montero-Caballero D, Bathgate R, Hossain MA, Castillo-Gómez E, Gundlach AL, Olucha-Bordonau FE. Biochemical Pharmacology 2024 Volume 225,116264.

Conference proceedings

“Exploring the Potential of Glucocorticoid Administration During Adolescence to Prevent Stress-Induced Effects” Raul Andero.
Stress Neurobiology Workshop, Boston, USA, June 4-7, 2024.

“Sex differences in neuronal activity of stress and fear” Raul Andero.
First Meeting of the Global Stress Network, Lausanne, Switzerland, April 15-16, 2024.

Members of the network are reminded that it is recommended to acknowledge their participation in the Network in published articles and other scientific outcomes, mentioning the network, preferably, in the acknowledgments section as follows:
“Supported by Red Española de Investigación en Estrés/Spanish Network for Stress Research RED2022-134191-T funded by MCIN/AEI /10.13039/501100011033.”