High maternal intake of polyunsaturated fatty acids during pregnancy in mice alters offsprings' aggressive behavior, immobility in the swim test, locomotor activity and brain protein kinase C activity

Margarita Raygada, Elizabeth Cho, Leena Hilakivi-Clarke

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