Study Identifies a Signaling Molecule Involved in Resilience to Stress | Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

Some people are more resilient than others in the face of stress, and therefore generally at lower risk of developing mood and anxiety disorders. In a new study of mice published March 28, 2017 in Nature Communications, researchers identify a lipid signaling molecule that may play an important role in determining an individual’s degree of resilience. Lipids are fatty molecules
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oh gosh, it’s a field day for posting!

2AG, the resilience molecule? So says this report!

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