Neurology Central

A new target for anxiety?

Researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital (MA, USA) have identified a group of neurons in the hypothalamus that play a central, yet previously unknown, role in triggering anxiety in mice. The team suggests that the neurons could be targeted in the development of future treatments for anxiety and other psychiatric disorders, rather than targeting the whole brain, as is the case with many current therapeutics.
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