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    May 2023
  1. ADZIC M, Lukic I, Mitic M, Glavonic E, et al
    Contribution of the opioid system to depression and to the therapeutic effects of classical antidepressants and ketamine.
    Life Sci. 2023;326:121803.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    February 2023
  2. LI L, Xia J, Huang Z, Liu W, et al
    Sugar-sweetened beverage consumption retarded weight gain but not induced depression and anxiety-like behaviors in mice.
    Life Sci. 2023;317:121469.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    April 2022
  3. WANG L, Ma J, Wu W, Fang Y, et al
    Effect of aerobic exercise as a treatment on type 2 diabetes mellitus with depression-like behavior zebrafish.
    Life Sci. 2022;300:120578.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    January 2022
  4. KOMOTO M, Asada A, Ohshima Y, Miyanaga K, et al
    Dextran sulfate sodium-induced colitis in C57BL/6J mice increases their susceptibility to chronic unpredictable mild stress that induces depressive-like behavior.
    Life Sci. 2022;289:120217.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    December 2021
  5. FAZEKAS CL, Bellardie M, Torok B, Sipos E, et al
    Pharmacogenetic excitation of the median raphe region affects social and depressive-like behavior and core body temperature in male mice.
    Life Sci. 2021;286:120037.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2021
  6. LAI CT, Chen CY, She SC, Chen WJ, et al
    Production of Lactobacillus brevis ProGA28 attenuates stress-related sleep disturbance and modulates the autonomic nervous system and the motor response in anxiety/depression behavioral tests in Wistar-Kyoto rats.
    Life Sci. 2021 Nov 22:120165. doi: 10.1016/j.lfs.2021.120165.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  7. WU X, Shetty AK, Reddy DS
    Long-term changes in neuroimaging markers, cognitive function and psychiatric symptoms in an experimental model of Gulf War Illness.
    Life Sci. 2021;285:119971.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    October 2021
  8. INAN S, Chen X, Eisenstein EM, Meissler JJ, et al
    Chemokine receptor antagonists enhance morphine's antinociceptive effect but not respiratory depression.
    Life Sci. 2021;285:120014.
    PubMed     Abstract available

  9. KAMIMURA Y, Kuwagaki E, Hamano S, Kobayashi M, et al
    Reproducible induction of depressive-like behavior in C57BL/6J mice exposed to chronic social defeat stress with a modified sensory contact protocol.
    Life Sci. 2021;282:119821.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    August 2021
  10. WANG Y, Wang S, Xin Y, Zhang J, et al
    Hydrogen sulfide alleviates the anxiety-like and depressive-like behaviors of type 1 diabetic mice via inhibiting inflammation and ferroptosis.
    Life Sci. 2021;278:119551.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    December 2020
  11. GUO Y, Gan X, Zhou H, Zhou H, et al
    Fingolimod suppressed the chronic unpredictable mild stress-induced depressive-like behaviors via affecting microglial and NLRP3 inflammasome activation.
    Life Sci. 2020;263:118582.
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  12. LAN T, Bai M, Chen X, Wang Y, et al
    iTRAQ-based proteomics implies inflammasome pathway activation in the prefrontal cortex of CSDS mice may influence resilience and susceptibility.
    Life Sci. 2020;262:118501.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    November 2020
  13. PITSILLOU E, Liang J, Hung A, Karagiannis TC, et al
    The circadian machinery links metabolic disorders and depression: A review of pathways, proteins and potential pharmacological interventions.
    Life Sci. 2020;265:118809.
    PubMed     Abstract available

    October 2020
  14. HAO T, Du X, Yang S, Zhang Y, et al
    Astrocytes-induced neuronal inhibition contributes to depressive-like behaviors during chronic stress.
    Life Sci. 2020;258:118099.
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