A possible explanation for why male mice tolerate stress better than females

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 - 12:41 in Biology & Nature

Rockefeller scientists have described a molecular mechanism that may explain in part why anxiety levels vary between the sexes. The research team identified a molecule that halts the action of a stress-inducing hormone—but it only does so in male mice. More »

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