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Protein that Makes Aggressive Mice Violent Found in Brain's Reward Area

News   Jun 12, 2018 | Original Story from SfN

 
Protein that Makes Aggressive Mice Violent Found in Brain's Reward Area

D2-MSN (Labeled with eGFP, green), FosB (Red), and DAPI stained nuclei (Blue). Credit: Hossein Aleyasin, SfN

 
 
 

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