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Mapping Brain-to-Gut Connections Could Explain How Stress Causes Ulcer Development

News   May 19, 2020 | Original story from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

 
Mapping Brain-to-Gut Connections Could Explain How Stress Causes Ulcer Development

Rabies-virus-labeled neurons (green) in the insula that send projections down to the stomach. Credit: David Levinthal, M.D., Ph.D., and Peter Strick, Ph.D.

 
 
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