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“We found that prenatal alcohol exposure generally increased brain neurotrophin levels in adult rats,” said Berman. “This suggests that neurotrophin levels increased as compensation for damage to the developing brain from prenatal alcohol exposure. Results also demonstrated that the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure can be enduring and last into adulthood.”