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Mouse Study Explores Why Williams Syndrome Causes Extreme Friendliness

News   Apr 23, 2019 | Original story from MIT

 
Mouse Study Explores Why Williams Syndrome Causes Extreme Friendliness

In the neuron, a protective covering called myelin (grey) insulates the axon and increases the speed of electrical communication along the length of the neuron. Credit: Opus Design

 
 
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