Drd3 Signaling in the Lateral Septum Mediates Early Life Stress-Induced Social Dysfunction


Exposure to early adverse experiences is associated with an increased risk of developing social dysfunction later in life. Shin et al. show that Drd3 signaling and its corresponding effects on neural activity in the LS are both necessary and sufficient to cause early life stress-induced social abnormalities in adulthood.


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