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|2016||G9a-Mediated Regulation of OXT and AVP Expression in the Basolateral Amygdala Mediates Stress-Induced Lasting Behavioral Depression and Its Reversal by Exercise||한평림; 김지은||Article|
|2015||Antidepressant effects of exercise are produced via suppression of hypocretin/orexin and melanin-concentrating hormone in the basolateral amygdala||한평림||Article|
|2016||Physical exercise counteracts stress-induced upregulation of melanin-concentrating hormone in the brain and stress-induced persisting anxiety-like behaviors||한평림||Article|
|2016||Chronic stress and moderate physical exercise prompt widespread common activation and limited differential activation in specific brain regions||한평림||Article|
|2015||Physiological parameters in the blood of a murine stress-induced depression model before and after repeated passive exercise||한평림||Article|