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Different anxiety-related behaviors are mediated by different neural circuits and molecular mechanisms

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Anxiety is a common negative emotion and it is also one of the buzzwords in today’s society. When we suffer from anxiety, what changes will occur in our brains? The research team led by Prof. Li Xiaoming at the Zhejiang University School of Medicine conducted an in-depth study regarding this. They found that different anxiety-related behaviors are mediated by different neural circuits and molecular mechanisms.

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