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Stress Effects on Synaptic Connectivity in Worms Differs Between Sexes

News   Sep 06, 2018 | Story sourced from the National Institutes of Health

 
Stress Wracks Worm Nerves, Leaving Lasting Memories

NIH-funded scientists showed how stress rewired a worm’s nervous system and made adults act like juvenile worms. Image credit: Hobert lab, Columbia University, N.Y.

 
 
 

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