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Scientists Silence Sweet-tooth Circuitry

News   May 31, 2018 | Original Story from the Zuckerman Institute

 
Scientists Switch-off Pleasure From Food, Silence Sweet-tooth Circuitry

Neural projections from the sweet (green) and bitter (red) cortex terminate at distinct targets in the amygdala in the brains of mice. Credit: Li Wang/Zuker Lab/Columbia's Zuckerman Institute

 
 
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