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Cordero, MI and Just, N and Poirier, GL and Sandi, C (2015) Effects of paternal and peripubertal stress on aggression, anxiety, and metabolic alterations in the lateral septum. European Neuropsychopharmacology. ISSN 1873-7862

Poirier, GL and Cordero, MI and Sandi, C (2013) Female vulnerability to the development of depression-like behavior in a rat model of intimate partner violence is related to anxious temperament, coping responses and amygdala vasopressin receptor 1a expression. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 7. ISSN 1662-5153

Veenit, V and Cordero, MI and Tzanoulinou, S and Sandi, C (2013) Increased corticosterone in peripubertal rats leads to long-lasting alterations in social exploration and aggression. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 7. ISSN 1662-5153

Márquez, C and Poirier, GL and Cordero, MI and Larsen, MH and Groner, A and Marquis, J and Magistretti, PJ and Trono, D and Sandi, C (2013) Peripuberty stress leads to abnormal aggression, altered amygdala and orbitofrontal reactivity and increased prefrontal MAOA gene expression. Translational Psychiatry, 3.

Cordero, MI and Poirier, GL and Marquez, C and Veenit, V and Fontana, X and Salehi, B and Ansermet, F and Sandi, C (2012) Evidence for biological roots in the transgenerational transmission of intimate partner violence. Translational Psychiatry, 2.

Marroquin Belaunzaran, O and Cordero, MI and Setola, V and Bianchi, S and Galli, C and Bouche, N and Mlynarik, V and Gruetter, R and Sandi, C and Bensadoun, JC and Molinari, M and Aebischer, P (2011) Chronic delivery of antibody fragments using immunoisolated cell implants as a passive vaccination tool. PLoS One, 6.

Castro, JE and Varea, E and Márquez, C and Cordero, MI and Poirier, G and Sandi, C (2010) Role of the amygdala in antidepressant effects on hippocampal cell proliferation and survival and on depression-like behavior in the rat. PLoS One, 5.

Cordero, MI and Sandi, C (2007) Stress amplifies memory for social hierarchy. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 1.

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