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From pecking order to Ketamine – Neural mechanisms of social and emotional behaviors (ID 1274)
Abstract BodyI will present progresses on the interplay between winning history and activities of prefrontal circuit; the impact of social status loss on depression; and, how ketamine tames depression by blocking burst firing in an anti-reward center, involving a surprising role of glia.
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