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Understanding molecular and cellular mechanisms by which prenatal exposure to maternal immune activation leads to behavioural dysfunction
thesisposted on 03.11.2020, 07:05 by JAY PATRICK NAKAMURA
This thesis investigates the mechanisms of maternal immune activation during pregnancy, a risk factor for psychiatric disorders in the offspring. Key neuronal populations and neurodevelopmental genes were found to be disrupted.