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Fkbp5-humanized mice shed light on female higher vulnerability to stress

Single nucleotide polymorphisms in the FKBP5 gene influence the risk of developing stress-related disorders, but the underlying processes are not fully understood. Animal models offer a possibility to investigate the influence of FKBP5 gene variants on the stress response system.

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Moisan, MP. Fkbp5-humanized mice shed light on female higher vulnerability to stress. Lab Anim 51, 188–189 (2022).

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