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Inflammation in Brain’s Immune Cells Triggers Depressive Behavior in Mice
In stressful conditions, specialized protein complexes in microglia induce neurotoxic activity in astrocytes that leads to the change in behavior.
Inflammation in Brain’s Immune Cells Triggers Depressive Behavior in Mice
Inflammation in Brain’s Immune Cells Triggers Depressive Behavior in Mice

In stressful conditions, specialized protein complexes in microglia induce neurotoxic activity in astrocytes that leads to the change in behavior.

In stressful conditions, specialized protein complexes in microglia induce neurotoxic activity in astrocytes that leads to the change in behavior.

mouse model of mental illness
Image of the Day: Release Your Inhibitions
The Scientist Staff | Jul 31, 2017 | 1 min read
A drug commonly used to treat clinical depression sets its effects in motion by hampering the release of an inhibitory neurotransmitter in mice.
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