Naima Lajud

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Roque A, Valles Méndez KM, Ruiz R, et al. (2021) Early life stress induces a transient increase in hippocampal corticotropin-releasing hormone in rat neonates that precedes the effects on hypothalamic neuropeptides. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Lajud N, Roque A, Cheng JP, et al. (2020) Early life stress preceding mild pediatric traumatic brain injury increases neuroinflammation but does not exacerbate impairment of cognitive flexibility during adolescence. Journal of Neurotrauma
Diaz-Chávez A, Lajud N, Roque A, et al. (2020) Early life stress increases vulnerability to the sequelae of pediatric mild traumatic brain injury. Experimental Neurology. 113318
Roque A, Ruiz-González R, Pineda-López E, et al. (2019) Prenatal immobilization stress and postnatal maternal separation cause differential neuroendocrine responses to fasting stress in adult male rats. Developmental Psychobiology
Roque A, Lajud N, José Valdez J, et al. (2019) Early-life stress increases granule cell density in the cerebellum of male rats. Brain Research. 146358
Ruiz R, Roque A, Pineda E, et al. (2018) Early life stress accelerates age-induced effects on neurogenesis, depression, and metabolic risk. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 96: 203-211
Radabaugh HL, Carlson LJ, O'Neil DA, et al. (2016) Abbreviated environmental enrichment confers neurobehavioral, cognitive, and histological benefits in brain-injured female rats. Experimental Neurology. 286: 61-68
Lajud N, Torner L. (2015) Early life stress and hippocampal neurogenesis in the neonate: sexual dimorphism, long term consequences and possible mediators. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 8: 3
Lajud N, Gonzalez-Zapien R, Roque A, et al. (2013) Prolactin administration during early postnatal life decreases hippocampal and olfactory bulb neurogenesis and results in depressive-like behavior in adulthood. Hormones and Behavior. 64: 781-9
Torner L, Tinajero E, Lajud N, et al. (2013) Hyperprolactinemia impairs object recognition without altering spatial learning in male rats. Behavioural Brain Research. 252: 32-9
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