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Social stress models in rodents: Towards enhanced validity

Koolhaas, J. M., de Boer, S. F., Buwalda, B. & Meerlo, P., Feb-2017, In : Neurobiology of stress. 6, SI, p. 104-112 9 p.

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Koolhaas, J. M., de Boer, S. F., Buwalda, B., & Meerlo, P. (2017). Social stress models in rodents: Towards enhanced validity. Neurobiology of stress, 6(SI), 104-112. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ynstr.2016.09.003

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Koolhaas, J M ; de Boer, S F ; Buwalda, B ; Meerlo, P. / Social stress models in rodents : Towards enhanced validity. In: Neurobiology of stress. 2017 ; Vol. 6, No. SI. pp. 104-112.

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Koolhaas, JM, de Boer, SF, Buwalda, B & Meerlo, P 2017, 'Social stress models in rodents: Towards enhanced validity', Neurobiology of stress, vol. 6, no. SI, pp. 104-112. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ynstr.2016.09.003

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Social stress models in rodents : Towards enhanced validity. / Koolhaas, J M; de Boer, S F; Buwalda, B; Meerlo, P.

In: Neurobiology of stress, Vol. 6, No. SI, 02.2017, p. 104-112.

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Koolhaas JM, de Boer SF, Buwalda B, Meerlo P. Social stress models in rodents: Towards enhanced validity. Neurobiology of stress. 2017 Feb;6(SI):104-112. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ynstr.2016.09.003


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