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Gene Keeps PTSD-Like Behavior at Bay in Female Mice

News   Mar 13, 2019 | Original story by the Zuckerman Institute

 
Gene Keeps PTSD-Like Behavior at Bay in Female Mice

This is a 3D projection showing TIA+ stress granules in cytoplasm (relatively large yellow structures outside of nucleus (in blue)). Credit: Joseph Rayman/Kandel lab/Columbia's Zuckerman Institute

 
 
 

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