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Monterotondo, 9 January 2017 Neural connection keeps instincts in check From fighting the urge to hit someone to resisting the temptation to run off stage instead of giving that public speech, we are often confronted with situations where we have to curb our instincts. Scientists at EMBL have traced exactly which neuronal projections prevent social animals like us from acting out such impulses. The study, published online today in Nature Neuroscience, could have implications for schizophrenia and mood disorders like depression.
- Corriere della Sera , 10 January 2017 Meccanismo in cervello soffoca istinti
- La Repubblica , 10 January 2017 Dalla paura al sesso, ecco come il cervello soffoca gli istinti
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SWR2, 19 March 2014 Mit DNA schreiben: Möglichkeiten der Doppelhelix
Times Higher Education, 22 November 2012 Small, medium or large
Centre for Economic and Social Aspects of Genomics, 17 July 2012 Have any of you watched Gattaca?
The Guardian (UK), 17 April 2012 Floating laboratory follows plankton around the world in 938 days
Genome Web, 13 December 2011 Q&A: EMBL's Jan Korbel on Studying Structural Variations and their Role in Cancer
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