Browsing by Author Mitra, Rupshi

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2018Complex housing causes a robust increase in dendritic complexity and spine density of medial prefrontal cortical neuronsAshokan, Archana; Lim, Jamien Wee Han; Hang, Nicholas; Mitra, Rupshi
2017Dendritic Architecture of Principal Basolateral Amygdala Neurons Changes Congruently with Endocrine Response to StressYee, Poh Soh; Mitra, Rupshi; Hegde, Akshaya
2020Early-life short-term environmental enrichment counteracts the effects of stress on anxiety-like behavior, brain-derived neurotrophic factor and nuclear translocation of glucocorticoid receptors in the basolateral amygdalaHegde, Akshaya; Suresh, Shruti; Mitra, Rupshi
2018Effects of stress or infection on rat behavior show robust reversals due to environmental disturbanceAbdulai-Saiku, Samira; Hegde, Akshaya; Vyas, Ajai; Mitra, Rupshi
2018Enriched environment facilitates anxiolytic efficacy driven by deep-brain stimulation of medial prefrontal cortexBhaskar, Yamini; Lim, Lee Wei; Mitra, Rupshi
2020Female rats are resilient to the behavioral effects of maternal separation stress and exhibit stress-induced neurogenesisLee, Yan Jun; Koe, Amelia S.; Ashokan, Archana; Mitra, Rupshi
 2021Prefrontal-hippocampus plasticity reinstated by an enriched environment during stressWu, You; Mitra, Rupshi
2016Seeding stress resilience through inoculationAshokan, Archana; Sivasubramanian, Meenalochani; Mitra, Rupshi
2016Short environmental enrichment in adulthood reverses anxiety and basolateral amygdala hypertrophy induced by maternal separationKoe, Amelia S.; Ashokan, Archana; Mitra, Rupshi
2012Short-term enrichment makes male rats more attractive, more defensive and alters hypothalamic neuronsSapolsky, Robert M.; Mitra, Rupshi
2013Toxoplasma gondii infection induces dendritic retraction in basolateral amygdala accompanied by reduced corticosterone secretionVyas, Ajai; Sapolsky, Robert M.; Mitra, Rupshi