Loss of NMDA receptor function in corticotrophin-releasing factor neurons sex-dependently enhances fear and increases sensitivity to social stress, yet reduces social anxiety

Adkins, S., Gilman, L., DaMert, J., & Meduri, J. (2015). Loss of NMDA receptor function in corticotrophin-releasing factor neurons sex-dependently enhances fear and increases sensitivity to social stress, yet reduces social anxiety. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5232
Adkins, Sarah, Lee Gilman, Jeffrey DaMert, and Jeremy Meduri. 2015. “Loss of NMDA Receptor Function in Corticotrophin-Releasing Factor Neurons Sex-Dependently Enhances Fear and Increases Sensitivity to Social Stress, Yet Reduces Social Anxiety”. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5232.
Adkins, S., L. Gilman, J. DaMert, and J. Meduri. Loss of NMDA Receptor Function in Corticotrophin-Releasing Factor Neurons Sex-Dependently Enhances Fear and Increases Sensitivity to Social Stress, Yet Reduces Social Anxiety. 11 Mar. 2015, https://oaks.kent.edu/node/5232.