Acute stress leaves epigenetic marks on the hippocampus

Monday, November 23, 2009 - 12:49 in Biology & Nature

Scientists are learning that the dynamic regulation of genes — as much as the genes themselves — shapes the fate of organisms. Now the discovery of a new epigenetic mechanism regulating genes in the brain under stress is helping change the way scientists think about psychiatric disorders and could open new avenues to treatment.

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