Infection during pregnancy is associated with children having an increased risk for developing a psychiatric condition later in life, including autism spectrum disorder, schizophrenia, and depressive disorders. However, what causes this association is unclear. Using animal models we demonstrate how inflammation early in life can lead to long lasting changes in multiple behaviors relevant to psychiatric conditions.
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