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Bullied Mice Overcome Anxiety After Light Treatment, University of Pennsylvania Study


8/29/2013 6:32:12 AM

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Scientists have discovered the neurons that can lead mice to become socially anxious when they are bullied. These neurons inhibit the release of serotonin, the deficiency of which is linked to social disorders. The team was able to "switch off" these neurons which made the mice resilient to bullying.

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