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Title: Understanding How Stress Responses and Stress-Related Behaviors Have Evolved in Zebrafish and Mammals
Authors: de Abreu, M. S.
Demin, K. A.
Giacomini, A. C. V. V.
Amstislavskaya, T. G.
Strekalova, T.
Maslov, G. O.
Kositsin, Y.
Petersen, E. V.
Kalueff, A. V.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Elsevier Inc.
Elsevier BV
Citation: Understanding How Stress Responses and Stress-Related Behaviors Have Evolved in Zebrafish and Mammals / M. S. de Abreu, K. A. Demin, A. C. V. V. Giacomini et al. // Neurobiology of Stress. — 2021. — Vol. 15. — 100405.
Abstract: Stress response is essential for the organism to quickly restore physiological homeostasis disturbed by various environmental insults. In addition to well-established physiological cascades, stress also evokes various brain and behavioral responses. Aquatic animal models, including the zebrafish (Danio rerio), have been extensively used to probe pathobiological mechanisms of stress and stress-related brain disorders. Here, we critically discuss the use of zebrafish models for studying mechanisms of stress and modeling its disorders experimentally, with a particular cross-taxon focus on the potential evolution of stress responses from zebrafish to rodents and humans, as well as its translational implications. © 2021 The Authors
Keywords: ANIMAL MODELS
BEHAVIOR
CORTISOL
RODENTS
STRESS AXIS
ZEBRAFISH
3,4 DIHYDROXYPHENYLACETIC ACID
BRAIN DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR
CORTICOSTERONE
CORTICOTROPIN
EPINEPHRINE
HISTONE DEACETYLASE 4
HYDROCORTISONE
MICRORNA
NORADRENALIN
PARATHYROID HORMONE
PARATHYROID HORMONE RECEPTOR 1
PARATHYROID HORMONE RECEPTOR 2
PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN
PSYCHOTROPIC AGENT
TRANSCRIPTOME
TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR
AMYGDALA
ANXIETY
ARTICLE
BEHAVIORAL STRESS
BLEEDING
DNA METHYLATION
EPIGENETICS
GENE EXPRESSION
GLUCOSE BLOOD LEVEL
HIPPOCAMPUS
LOCOMOTION
MAMMAL
MENTAL DISEASE
NERVE CELL PLASTICITY
NONHUMAN
PARAVENTRICULAR THALAMIC NUCLEUS
PHYSIOLOGICAL STRESS
POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
PREFRONTAL CORTEX
SOCIAL INTERACTION
SOCIAL STATUS
SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION
UPREGULATION
ZEBRA FISH
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/112241
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85119107856
PURE ID: 28959109
ISSN: 2352-2895
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: AVK is supported by the Zebrafish Platform Construction Fund from the Southwest University (Chongqing, China). The collaboration was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (RSF) grant 19-15-00053. KAD is supported by the President of Russia Graduate Fellowship, and the Special Rector's Fellowship for SPSU students. ACVVG is supported by the FAPERGS research fellowship 19/2551-0001-669-7. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.
RSCF project card: 19-15-00053
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