Parental Traumatic Experiences May Predispose Children to Develop Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Later in Life: An Epigenetic Perspective
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Bachelor of Arts
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Thu, 24 May 2018 01:50:25 GMT
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Wichlinski, Lawrence; Flores-Montoya, Gisel
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transgenerational, predisposition, epigenetics, posttraumatic stress disorder, gene-environment interactions, PTSD gene, HPA axis, cortisol, DNA methylation, glucocorticoid receptors, maternal influences
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