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Sex differences in traumatic stress reactivity in rats with and without a history of alcohol drinking

Biology of Sex Differences 2020; 11: 27.
Authored By:
Albrechet-Souza, L., Schratz, C.L. & Gilpin, N.W.
Alcohol misuse and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are highly comorbid, and treatment outcomes are worse in individuals with both conditions. Although more men report experiencing traumatic events than women, the lifetime prevalence of PTSD is twice as high in females. Despite these data trends in humans, preclinical studies of traumatic stress reactivity have been performed almost exclusively in male animals.
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Biology of Sex Differences

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