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Sleep-Deprivation Stress Changes Brain Chemistry

News   Apr 25, 2018 | Original Story from UCSD News

 
Neuronal Activity Regulates Neurotransmitter Switching in the Adult Brain

Image reveals the activity of PaVN neurons in rats that were exposed to light mimicking a longer-than-usual day that elicits stressed behaviors. Credit: Spitzer Lab, UCSD

 
 
 

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