A new neural circuit controls fear in the brain

For the nearly 40 million people who suffer from anxiety disorders, debilitating fear prevents them from participating in life’s most mundane moments, from driving a car to riding in an elevator. Today, a team of researchers at CSHL describes a new pathway that controls fear memories and behavior in the mouse brain, offering mechanistic insight into how anxiety disorders may arise. —> Read More Here


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