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Received: January 1, 2021
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- Critical Roles of Embryonic Born Dorsal Dentate Granule Neurons for Activity-Dependent Increases in BDNF, Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis, and Antianxiety-like BehaviorsBiological PsychiatryVol. 89Issue 6
- PreviewDentate gyrus (DG), a “gate” that controls information flow into the hippocampus, plays important roles in regulating both cognitive (e.g., spatial learning and memory) and mood behaviors. Deficits in DG neurons contribute to the pathogenesis of not only neurological, but also psychiatric, disorders, such as anxiety disorder. Whereas DG’s function in spatial learning and memory has been extensively investigated, its role in regulating anxiety remains elusive.