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Fight, Flight or Freeze

News   Apr 23, 2018 | Original Story from Penn Medicine News

 
Animal Study Connects Smell Centers of the Brain to Survival Freezing Behavior

Florescent cells in the prelimbic prefrontal cortex brain regions, with inset of cells in olfactory brain regions that project to the prelimbic prefrontal area. Credit: Andrew Moberly, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

 
 
 

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