Sara MORLEY-FLETCHER, PhD

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University of Lille 
Area:
Prenatal stress, depression
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Buonaguro EF, Morley-Fletcher S, Avagliano C, et al. (2019) Glutamatergic postsynaptic density in early life stress programming: Topographic gene expression of mGlu5 receptors and Homer proteins. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. 109725
Morley-Fletcher S, Mairesse J, Van Camp G, et al. (2019) Perinatal Stress Programs Sex Differences in the Behavioral and Molecular Chronobiological Profile of Rats Maintained Under a 12-h Light-Dark Cycle. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 12: 89
Van Camp G, Cigalotti J, Bouwalerh H, et al. (2018) Consequences of a double hit of stress during the perinatal period and midlife in female rats: Mismatch or cumulative effect? Psychoneuroendocrinology. 93: 45-55
Gatta E, Mairesse J, Deruyter L, et al. (2018) Reduced maternal behavior caused by gestational stress is predictive of life span changes in risk-taking behavior and gene expression due to altering of the stress/anti-stress balance. Neurotoxicology. 66: 138-149
Maccari S, Polese D, Reynaert ML, et al. (2016) Early-life experiences and the development of adult diseases with a focus on mental illness: The Human Birth Theory. Neuroscience
Mairesse J, Gatta E, Reynaert ML, et al. (2015) Activation of presynaptic oxytocin receptors enhances glutamate release in the ventral hippocampus of prenatally restraint stressed rats. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 62: 36-46
Reynaert ML, Marrocco J, Mairesse J, et al. (2015) Hedonic sensitivity to natural rewards is affected by prenatal stress in a sex-dependent manner. Addiction Biology
Reynaert ML, Marrocco J, Gatta E, et al. (2015) A self-medication hypothesis for increased vulnerability to drug abuse in prenatally restraint stressed rats. Advances in Neurobiology. 10: 101-20
Mairesse J, Van Camp G, Gatta E, et al. (2015) Sleep in prenatally restraint stressed rats, a model of mixed anxiety-depressive disorder. Advances in Neurobiology. 10: 27-44
Reynaert ML, Marrocco J, Mairesse J, et al. (2015) Hedonic sensitivity to natural rewards is affected by prenatal stress in a sex-dependent manner Addiction Biology
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